It's the third day since the Kenyans went to the general elections on the the the the the 9th of August 2022 and the Presidential results are yet to be released which has kept Kenyans with a high level of anxiety.
One of the International Media CNN has sought clarification over the delay from their correspondent in Kenya Larry Madowo. CNN questioned why the presidential results have taken so long despite the Electoral body having received the results.
Madowo who camping in Kisumu County explained the situation citing that the delay is not by accident but by design.
"3 days since they voted, Kenyans still don't know who their next president will be. That's not by accident. It was designed to be this slow" Larry Madowo Cited.
He said that it is the constitutional requirement that the Independent Electoral And Boundaries Commission verify all the Physical Form 34B against those uploaded on the Commission's website. He said that is why it has taken so long.
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