The vice presidential candidate for Kenya Kwanza, Rigathi Gachagua, asserts that Kenyans will be aware of who would be their new president well in advance of the deadline. Although the IEBC has received criticism for working slowly, it has nevertheless kept up with publishing presidential results for each district.
However, the departing Mathira MP asserts that the announcement might occur as soon as tomorrow, suggesting that Kenyans might learn who their new president is by Sunday night. Additionally, he emphasizes that this is subject to their enemies' agents, the Azimio La Umoja coalition, ceasing their meddling in the proceedings.
He stated on Saturday that the winner would be determined if the pace is maintained and they are restrained from causing any unneeded delays. He Said that he should announce by the end of Sunday.
According to him, Azimio agents' resistance to allowing IEBC staff to freely work is the primary cause of the procedure's difficulties and delay. Additionally, he stated that everyone could see that his team would be declared the winners and that Ruto would be elected as the country's next leader.
"The National Returning Officer's declaration of the results is really a formality because you can quickly determine who won using a calculator. iko sawa, iko mbele" Here is a little more of what he stated.
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