The Standard Media group has provided photos of the state of affairs at the former Prime Minister Raila Odinga's Karen residence in Nairobi.
According to the media house, all is quiet outside the home of the opposition leader who is also the Azimio la Umoja One Kenya Alliance presidential candidate.
Only a few photos are seem outside the gate with a few security officials being seen manning the gate and the cars that are seen parked outside the gate.
This comes at a time when the Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission has notified the public that they will make public the results of the presidential elections that were held a few days ago.
Kenya's Deputy President William Ruto led a tight presidential race against opposition leader Raila Odinga, official results reported by media showed on Monday, as an announcement from electoral authorities on the winner appeared imminent.
A file photo of Raila Odinga, his wife and other politicians.
Slow progress by the electoral commission in tallying Tuesday's vote have fed anxiety in East Africa's wealthiest country, which has a recent history of violence following disputed elections.
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