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Clear Victory for NASA Critics agrees because of Central region Rift and massive decamping.

Mugumo tree fall in Kiamigwi, Mathira constituency, Nyeri County. PHOTO| File
Mugumo tree fall in Kiamigwi, Mathira constituency, Nyeri County. PHOTO| File

The NASA critics now agree that the victory is in their way. The political analyst Mutahi Ngunyi shocked people yesterday immediately after the president Uhuru Kenyatta Meru visit.  Ngunyi said that there is a big rift in Central Kenya where only Kirinyaga, Kiambu, Murang'a and Nyeri counties remained to be core Jubilee strongholds.


"Meru, Tharaka Nithi, Embu Counties have divided the votes to NASA and especially Embu is three-Quarter in the NASA coalition. In RiftValley the same case as half of the counties supports NASA including the Nairobi neighbouring county, Kajiado County." tyranny of numbers analyst Mutahi Ngunyi said.


"The NASA coalition has a complete support in Nyanza, Western and Coast which is very dangerous because already, I don't see Jubilee getting anything in those areas apart from Lamu county in Coast region," Ngunyi added.



Kuresoi South MP Zakayo Cheruiyot said NASA's victory is now clear.

"The loopholes have been closed and now we are assured of free, fair, credible and verifiable results in the general elections," he told journalists on Saturday.



The CCM candidate asked IEBC to respect the decision and ensure election results are not manipulated.The MP, a former confidant of Deputy President William Ruto, lauded NASA co-principal Isaac Ruto for uniting Kalenjins in rooting for change.





" It will be very difficult for the Governors in Central Kenya to do developments if the NASA coalition wins because they understand that Central Kenya will not vote for them, especially the four Jubilee base counties." said  Mary Wahome a human right activist.




The Jubilee base is in total confusion after the core supporters decamp to other parties dishing out the ill plans. According to the latest polls conducted by daily poll indicated that Raila Odinga is leading with 65 Percent as Uhuru Kenyatta struggles with 27 Percent and the remainder undecided. The Main issues outlined is the Cost of Living and Corruption.
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