Who would most likely be elected governor of Nakuru County in August has been revealed by a new Mizani Africa survey.
There are a number of candidates running for governor of Nakuru County, but Lee Kinyanjui of the Azimio party and Susan Kihika of the United Democratic Alliance are the front-runners.
The poll indicates that Kihika is in the lead with 58.4% of the vote, followed by Lee Kinyanjui with 38.9%.
Independent candidate Stanley Karanja finished third with a 1% popularity rating, with 0.8 % of voters still undecided.
The poll was conducted just hours after a petitioner asked a Nakuru court to prevent Susan Kihika from running in the August election because she is not a Kenyan citizen.
The petitioner claimed in court documents that Kihika, who is also the senator for Nakuru, lost her Kenyan citizenship in 2003.
Susan Wakarura Kihika was needed, in accordance with Section 10 of the Citizenship and Immigration Act, Cap. 172 of Kenyan legislation, to submit an application in the way specified in order to reclaim Kenyan citizenship, according to the letter.