Tension is high in Kenya's political atmosphere as the tallying for presidential votes goes on. Kenyans anticipate that their preferred candidate wins different elective positions. However much attention has been drawn to the hotly contested race of succeeding President Uhuru Kenyatta by Dp Ruto and Raila Amollo Odinga.
Dennis Itumbi through his official Twitter account has made claims that their United Democratic Alliance party Communication Director Wanjohi Githae and Ruto's Chief of staff Davis Chirchir have been arrested at the Bomas of Kenya.
It is not yet clear the reason behind their arrest but Kenyans have speculated that they might have shared outcomes that can take Kenyans to chaos without the consent of IEBC.
Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission chairman Mr. Chebukati Wafula has assured all Kenyans about credible elections. He has further stated the reasons behind different results by different media stations. Kenyans are crossing their fingers for the presidential outcome.
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