The by-elections are on the counting stage following successful voting that witnessed few cases of alleged voter bribery. It is one of the peaceful by-elections conducted within the countdown to the election period.
When the voting concludes, it will result in one of the biggest wins ever contested by Wiper in Machakos. Results show that Agnes Kavindu leads with a massive lead making Wiper test the fruits of winning.
United Democratic Alliance (UDA) led by Deputy President William Ruto has seen witnessed poor results in the early coverages of the results. UDA’s Chairman Johnstone Muthama also happens to be Agnes Kavindu’s ex-wife.
We cannot assure that Wiper has won the elections because it is just but the beginning of votes underway. More results and more expectations are still underway. The following are screenshots that show how the Machakos senatorial race looks like:
More are still underway and IEBC is making sure they broadcast the results as it is received. Follow to get notified of any happening.
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