Over the last two days, the IEBC have been under the tough task of ensuring that the votes that had been casted in different regions across the country Kenya after the August 9 general election are received correctly for different seats.
The different results have continuously been submitted over the different media platforms. Different seats have defined their leaders such as the members of Parliament.
Kenyans are eagerly waiting for the entire body responsible for the Kenya general election that is the IEBC which is yet to declear the presidential winner as soon as possible.
As the long awaited results are still underway, some of the residents have been reported to have clashed over the current ongoing votes tallying at National tallying center NTC.
According to upcoming news through the standard digital news platform, Bomet police has involved into a task of dispersing two rival groups that have clashed over the ongoing tallying exercise at the bomas.
Kenyans are therefore urged to exercise patience following the whole task that is currently underway.
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