Wafula Chebukati and William Ruto, the vice president. With permission.
After reading out the votes for Webuye East, Independent Electoral Commission Wafula Chebukati left some Kenyans to chat. Ruto received 16,412 votes in webuye East, according to Chebukati, who has been delaying reading any results until all ballots have been received and confirmed. In a region with 48950 thousand registered voters, Odinga, Deputy President William Ruto's main rival, received around 13,000 votes.
"Kenyans were perplexed after IEBC Chairman Wafula Chebukati called a news conference to reveal one constituency's presidential results. Willliam Ruto received 16,412 votes in the Bungoma Webuye East Constituency, according to data released by Chebukati." See the report in part.
Ford Kenya Party, which is associated with Bungoma County Senator Hounerable Moses Wetangula, a member of Kenya Kwanza, won the election for the Webuye Parliamentary seat. As the vote-counting process nears its conclusion, Kenyans are anticipating the announcement of the country's fifth president. Let's wait and watch how things develop over the coming days.
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