Agano Presidential aspirant David Mwaure Wahiga has today on Sunday accepted defeat in the ongoing Presidential tallying and verification of votes.David Mwaure who is a religious leader has decided to become the first Presidential aspirant to concede defeat after he has observed that he might be the last candidate among the four competitors.Roots party Presidential aspirant George Wajackoyah is yet to concede defeat but as the numbers suggest he will not even be able to reach the one million mark in terms of total votes that were cast.It has emerged a close contest is between Azimio's aspirant Raila Odinga and Kenya Kwanza's aspirant William Ruto.Ruto according to the IEBC tallying centre,is appearing to be the one leading despite the vote tallying and verification of Presidential results being ongoinDavid Mwaure has said he is backing William Ruto's Presidency bid since he says his ideas that were featured in his manifesto of Agano party go hand in hand with William Ruto's agendas.
Mwaure has said he agrees with Ruto on a number of ideals including his stand on religion.Please share and follow me for more updates.
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