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Presidential Candidate Break Silence Amidst the Counting of Votes, Says This About Elections Outcome

In just one day after Kenyans exercised their Constitutional right of electing the next leaders who will take over for the next five years, Agano party leader and presidential candidate Waihiga Mwaure has weighed into the Counting process as the Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission (IEBC) continues with tye tallying of presidential votes.

Speaking to the Star, Mr Mwaure who is currently trailing all his competitors has said he believes the elections have been free and fair so far, arguing that he also understands that the final outcome of the elections will be agreeable.

"Agano party presidential candidate Waihiga Mwaure said he was satisfied that the process had been fair and the outcome will be agreeable," The Star has Quoted Waihiga Mwaure's statement.

As it stands, deputy President William Ruto and former prime minister Raila Odinga are rivaling for the country's top job as they switch positions in close margins, with all eyes directed to the IEBC to ensure a smooth tally which will lead to the identification of Kenyans choice of the next head of State.

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