Presidential candidates Mwaure Waihiga and George Wajackoyah arrive at the Bomas of Kenya ahead of the anticipated declaration of the presidential election winner.
Agano party presidential candidate Waihiga Mwaure has conceded defeat and thrown his weight behind UDA presidential candidate William Ruto.
Mwaure said he has seen the figures displayed by IEBC are in favour of Ruto and he was in agreement with UDA's manifesto.
Mwaure said together with his running mate Ruth Mutua they will collaborate with Ruto and support him.
Roots party presidential candidate George Wajackoyah has said they are confident they will win the just concluded election.
Through a statement, Wajackoyah said if the process is fair, free and credible, they will clinch power.
"As you are aware, our presidential candidate is one among four Kenyans who are seeking the highest office in the land to transform our country and make Kenya an economist giant," read part of the statement.
𝐉𝐨𝐡𝐧: Wajackoyah courage is just on another level hata 1% hajafikaa but still believe he’ll win
𝐊𝐞𝐧: Let's maintain peace and calmness as we wait for William Ruto to take over as the next opposition leader 💪💪💪
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