Hours after the IEBC moved the declaration of Narok governorship results to the National Tallying entre at the Bomas of Kenya in Nairobi, UDA party candidate Patrick Ole Ntutu has allegedly been confirmed as the governor-elect.
Taking to his social media pages, Ole Ntutu confirmed that he had been declared the winner by the electoral commission. This was after Narok County Returning Officer in a statement Sunday, August 14, said the exercise had been moved to Nairobi owing to unrest from supporters of the two opposing sides.
His supporters immediately took to their social media pages to congratulate Ole Ntutu over his alleged win. However, this publication cannot authoritatively confirm that the videos and photos of Ole Ntutu's alleged confirmation are valid.
Among those who came out to congratulate Ole Ntutu over his alleged win include Elgeyo Marakwet Senator Kicphumba Murkomen. Murkomen wished Ole Ntutu well, saying he should continue serving Narok people as their next governor
This was also echoed by outgoing Gatundu South MP Moses Kuria.
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