According to NTV Kenya Reports, William Ruto is trailing Raila Odinga with 4.7 Million votes in the most recent provisional presidential results as of 6:06am on Thursday. The results from 31529 of the 46229 polling places have been reported by national media, with Wajackoyah leading the pack with 44K votes and Wahiga receiving 22K.
Former prime minister Hon Raila Odinga has continued to rule the Coast Province garnering more than 65% of the average votes in each of the six counties, including Lamu, Tana River, Taita Taveta, Mombasa, Kwale, and Kilifi. Ruto is in charge in the Central Province, leading in Kiambu, Nyandarua, Laikipia, Nyeri, Muranga and Kirinyanga, among the other five counties.
With 51% of the total votes counted by Nation Media, Raila Odinga is in the lead, followed by Ruto with 48%, while Wahiga and Wajackoyah have yet to receive 1% of the total votes cast. In the Northern Rift Valley, Southern Eastern, North Eastern and Nyanza portions of the Western, Raila is likewise in the lead.
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