Deputy president Dr William Ruto has taken an early lead in the ongoing vote counting of the presidential results in the country a head of the official announcement of the official results and later on declaring of the president elect by the Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission chairperson Wafula Chebukati in the country.
According to the latest results seen by the Nation Kenya, the deputy president is leading to the race to statehouse in the country after garnering 3,849,282 votes which equates to 50.37%. He is being trailed by the opposition chief Raila Odinga with 3,741,870 votes which is 48.97%.
Other candidates in the race who includes, Roots party presidential candidate George Wajackoya who has 33,305 votes which is 0.44% and Agano party presidential candidate David Mwaure has 17,438 votes which is 0.23%. This is just the latest result as at 9:47Pm. The results are subject to change anytime since they are just provisional.
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