The Kitui county governor Hon Charity Ngilu and the Roots Party presidential Aspirant Hon George Luchiri Wajackoyah were seen sharing light Moments at the Bomas of Kenya ahead of Chebukati's Announcement.
The vocal aspirant arrived at the Bomas of Kenya to witness the final Declaration of the presidential results as Charity Ngilu camped at the Bomas of Kenya to guard Raila's votes and make sure that they emerge victorious as claimed earlier by their side.
The two leaders were also seen sharing their phone numbers as they remained affirmed to the results that were to be declared by the Commission.
The leaders from the camps have been camping at the Bomas of Kenya to guard their votes as they made it clearly that there will be no rigging despite the allegations that are being geared by their top rivals.
The people are being told to exercise peace and harmony as the Kenya Kwanza Alliance team and the Azimio One Kenya Alliance coalition team face a stiff competition.
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