Social Media Analysis predicts a 50% win for Raila in the 2017 Presidential elections

Kenyans on Twitter and to an extent Facebook have been accused as being useless in as far as determining the future of this country goes. They have been called cowards, spectators, and comfortable middle class lazy bigots who do nothing other than type on their screens to complain when things seem to go wrong. But

The NASA, Jubilee winning strategies – voter suppression will determine the winner

How will NASA win this elections? What about Jubilee? We know the two parties are neck to neck, at least from the most recent opinion polls released by independent pollsters Ipsos Synovate and Infotrak Research Consulting and NASA funded International pollster John Zogby. The window through which we can consider the party that has a

Presidential debate

Raila gained more than 3% new voters from the Presidential Debate

In about one week, both Infotrak and Ipsos Synovate will release their last opinion poll results before the August 8th general elections. In the previous results released on Sunday 23rd 2017, Infotrak had Raila leading with 47% while Uhuru following closely at 46%. The undecided voters were 6%. Ipsos on the other hand had Uhuru

BREAKING: IEBC to do away with live transmission of Presidential results

IEBC has just made a major announcement, there will be no live streaming of Presidential Results from the polling stations. Instead, the commission intends to collect results as announced by the returning officers at the 290 constituencies then announce the final results. This comes as the electoral body updates its streaming technology such that the

The President

No Kenyan with a brain can believe The President on why he snubbed the debate

If you believe that Debates is a waste of time, please read this article first. I’ll wait… Now that you have read it, do you still agree with The President that debates are a waste of time? In ¬†another article, I have outlined theories attempting to explain why The President snubbed the Presidential Debate, and