Sakaja Still Leading Nairobi Governorship Race
Nairobi Senator Johnson Sakaja is still leading the race for the Nairobi Governor’s seat in the forthcoming General Elections.
An opinion poll conducted by TIFA has Sakaja leading with 23 percent followed by Jubilee’s Polycarp Igathe with a paltry 15 percent.
Richard Ngatia who stepped down from the race in favour of Igathe has 3 percent followed by Anne Kananu at one percent and Agnes Kagure at one percent.
The poll however over 53 percent Nairobi voters as undecided.
Sakaja who is vying for the seat on a UDA ticket has been leading all the polls since he announced his bid for Nairobi Governorship.
Just recently he unveiled his deputy Njoroge Muchiri formerly the Chief Operating Officer of Absa Bank Kenya.
Muchiri, a former Mang’u High School Boy has a rich career profile and has also worked as a consultant at KPG and Standard Chartered Bank.
The TIFA Poll has Mutula Kilonzo Junior as favourite candidate for Makueni Governorship with 53 percent followed by Patrick Musimba at five percent.
In Mombasa, Abdulswamad Nassir is leading 40 percent followed by Mike Sonko at 28 percent, Hassan Omar at nine percent and Doctor William Kingi at one percent.
Twenty two percent of Mombasa voters are undecided on who to elect as Governor.