After the IEBC, which is also pressed for time to complete the final results and declare the winner, Deputy President William Ruto is scheduled to address journalists this evening at the Catholic University of East Africa at any moment.
The IEBC has conducted the exercise, in his opinion, and he will raise any claims, according to the NTV Kenya report. Ruto will also attempt to calm the Kenyans who have begun earlier celebrations despite the fact that the final results have not yet been announced.This will be done anytime from now since preparations are over.
As of the most recent preliminary presidential results, which the national media will update shortly, Dp Ruto is still in the lead, with Raila Odinga not far behind.Since Ruto has not made any indications, it is unclear what he will be saying to the media, but suspense is great as there aren't many polling places remaining until the formal announcement of the results.
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