The Agano party presidential candidate Hon David Mwaure has conceded defeat in the presidential race even as the counting of votes are still continuing at Bomas of Kenya. According to the news which was shared on the social media platforms, Hon David Mwaure decided to concede the defeat after seeing that the deputy president William Ruto is getting more votes compared to other candidates.
According to his speech, he urged kenyans to remain calm as the independent electoral and boundaries commission officers do their job so that we can know the fifth president of our country. Despite that, Hon David Mwaure endorsed the deputy president William Ruto as the winner in the presidential race which has not yet been announced.
Hon David Mwaure is still fourth in the presidential race with less than one hundred thousand votes. Remember that the final presidential results will be announced by the independent electoral and boundaries commission chairman Hon Wafula Chebukati after the verification process is completed by the officers.
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