About 12 million Kenyans turned up to vote in the General Elections that was held yesterday out of the 22 million Kenyans that had been registered to participate in the exercise that concluded at around 5PM.
Tallying began immediately and the results have been counted from that time as tabulation of results continues across the many constituencies and counties in the country.
The submission of Forms 34A which contains the final results of the various polling stations has been done by most of the counties and it now remains at the hands of the National Tallying Center to give Kenyans the results.
This morning, according to the reliable reports that we have from KTN News, over 40,000 Polling Stations have already submitted their forms 34A to the national Tallying center as per the reports from the IEBC portal that is available for all Kenyans to look at.
According to the reliable reports that we have, 41,877 out of the expected 46,229 polling stations across the country have already submitted their Form 34A presidential results as at 5:41am.
The top 5 leading counties in the submission of the forms 34A are as follows and these are: Nyeri County at a whopping 98.76%, Uasin Gishu County at 98.02%, while Elgeyo Marakwet is third with 97.66%, Kericho County is fourth with 97.51%, and Nandi County has 97.41%.
The tabulation of the Presidential results will take a while at Bomas of Kenya and Kenyans have been asked by the IEBC to be a bit patient.
Picture courtesy. IEBC National Officials.
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