According to a recent survey by one of the local dailies, Polycarp Igathe, the Azimio candidate in the August election for governor of Nairobi, has little chance of succeeding.
According to a survey done by Radio Africa, Johnson Sakaja of the Kenya Kwanza Alliance will easily win the seat if elections are called today.
According to the poll, Sakaja, the current senator for Nairobi, would win the seat with 57% of the vote, much ahead of Igathe’s 34%. The remaining 7% went to other candidates, with the remaining 2% going to the undecided.
The survey was conducted on July 1 in 17 constituencies around the city of Nairobi by the Radio Africa Group using a sample size of 500 respondents and CATI (Computer-Assisted Telephone Interviewing).
The vote is conducted three days before the High Court rules on Sakaja’s eligibility to run for office in August in the bogus degree saga.