Nairobi senator Mike Sonko is just about to clinch the Nairobi Jubilee nomination for Governor seat, he is currently leading Peter Kenneth by margin of more than 60,000 votes.
Nominated MP Johnson Sakaja has clinched the Jubilee ticket as Senate candidate for Nairobi county
Sakaja garnered 163,448 votes and his closest rival Mutinda Kavemba got 33,109.
Nairobi woman representative Rachel Shebesh also won the Jubilee ticket and will be defending her post in the August 8 polls.
Shebesh got 91,766 votes, followed by Millicent Omanga with 53,734 votes. Karen Nyamu came third with 36,828 votes.
But Omanga’s supporters disputed the results leading to chaos at Nyayo stadium tallying centre.
Shebesh had stormed the premises earlier on Thursday over an alleged plot to rig her out of the Nairobi Jubilee primaries.
Shebesh claims the Embakasi North returning officer cancelled her votes in favour of rival Millicent Omanga.
“I have evidence that the returning officer cancelled votes in favour of Omanga, but I will not leave here unless this is corrected. Otherwise one of us will go to jail,” the Nairobi woman representative said.