Nairobi governor elect Johnson Sakaja has today shared a photo of him and Kenya Kwanza presidential contestant William Samoei Ruto for the second time.He also wrote the Swahili words 'tumeona mkono wa Bwana' accompanying the photo.
The posting of the photo is just a few hours to the release of the presidential results which are meant to be announced today at the BOMAS of Kenya by the chair of IEBC Wafula Chebukati.
The Swahili words that accompanied Sakaja's post literally translate we have seen God's hands.In this situation it is most likely that he meant about the recently held election where he emerged victorious in the Nairobi gubernatorial race where he was competing with Jubilee party candidate Polycarp Igathe who has already conceded defeat.Sakaja was handed the certificate for his victory yesterday.
Sakaja's post attracted a lot of reactions from various Kenyans with many congratulating him as they wait for the release of the presidential tally results.
Below are the screenshots of the reactions;
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