Deputy President William Ruto has now surpassed the 3 million votes mark in the just released 2022 Presidential election results with his main Opponent Hon Raila Odinga Trailing behind with 2.6 million votes according to the report by NTV on Wednesday night.
In terms of percentage, the latest data now shows Deputy President William Ruto is leasing the hotly contested race with 52.46 percent as Raila scoops 46.90% representing a margin of 5.45%.
Also according to the transmission of forms 34A as of 5:58 pm on Wednesday, over 98% of the forms hit the IEBC's Backroom application with members of the public being urged to download the forms and physically tabulate the data presenter in the scanned images of the forms.
But addressing the nation a few hours ago, the IEBC via its chairman Hon Wafula Chebukati has told Kenyans that the commission will make it impossible for anyone to reject the outcome of the 2022 presidential election by doing a thorough check of all forms 34As.
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