Presidential aspirant, Suzanne Jambo, is likely to become the president of South Sudan if the election were held today, a new poll carried by an independent activist and published by Juba TV last week suggested.
Suzanne already cumulated over 51% on a Twitter poll carried out by Juba TV. The former private close presidential adviser to President Kiir was the only female presidential aspirant with massive support based on social media and among youth across the globe.
Suzanne who has been an active Human Rights and Social Activist throughout her life is now promising a new future for war-torn South Sudan.
The poll, which includes the four candidates; South Sudan’s First Vice President, Dr. Riek Machar, Vice President James Wani, Gen. Paul Malong Awan, and Suzanne JAMBO, is running from November 20-27, this month.
Suzanne, in the first two days, scored 39%, while Dr. Machar roughly falls behind by 31%.
Suzanne JAMBO: 39%
Dr. Machar Riek Machar: 31%
Gen. Paul Malong Awan: 19%
James WANI IGGA: 11%