The National Police Service (NPS) has finally issued an update on the security situation around the country after yesterday's mega announcement by the IEBC.
According to the NPS, the situation around the country is calm with kenyans going on with their business as normal.
The NPS has futher commended kenyans for conducting themselves in a peaceful manner after the polls were announced.
It has also recognized the efforts made by the police yesterday and days after the major announcement by Wafula Chebukati.
His announcement shook the entire nation with celebration taking place on one side allied to president elect William Ruto, with a section of kenyans also demonstrating in Raila's strong holds.
Nevertheless, calm seems to have been restored around the country.
This development comes barely hours after the former prime Minister Raila Odinga gave a presser rejecting the outcome of the August 9th polls.
Raila has revealed that he will be heading to the Supreme Court, expecting a fair judgment.
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