Former prime minister Raila Odinga's brother who is also the siaya county senator elect, Oburu Odinga has taken his stand on the upcoming announcement of the next president of the republic of Kenya in the coming hours.
Oburu Odinga has said that he has the confident and comfortable to say that his brother Raila Odinga is leading the race to state house and the only thing remaining is his announcement by the independent electoral and boundaries commission.
Oburu claimed that Raila Odinga was leading by a Whooping 51% of the total votes casted on Tuesday which makes him the president.
This is the official position of Dr. OBURU OGINGA... I am confident that Raila Odinga Has won this elections with 51% . Kenyans let us be calm as we await the announcement of the president elect HON. ENG. RAILA AMOLLO ODINGA~ Oburu Odinga
This comes even as the star Newspaper and the radio Africa released their data showing that the deputy president William Ruto is currently ahead of Raila Odinga. Ruto having 50.6% while Raila having 48.9% according to them. The IEBC however is yet to announce the official results with anxious kenyans asking him to hurry up.
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