Roots Party presidential candidate Prof. George Wajackoyah got only one vote at his polling station which was at Indagalasia polling station that is located in Lurambi Constituency Kakamega County.
The information above is according to the Form 34A that was submitted to the Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission and which is available on the IEBC's public poll results portal.
In relation to that, the polling station gave Azimio la Umoja's presidential candidate Hon. Raila Odinga 155 votes while Kenya Kwanza's Deputy President William Samoei Ruto managed to garner a total of 129 votes. Agano's presidential candidate David Waihiga on his side had no single vote cast in favor of him.
Wajackoyah's result follows an interesting turn of events where some candidates have really performed dismally at the polling stations where they were voting at.
Such a scenario is whereby Kenya Kwanza's presidential candidate, William Ruto beat his arch rival Hon. Raila Odinga in Martha Karua’s polling station.
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