Stiff competition is still being witnessed between former prime minister Raila Odinga who was a candidate for Azimio la Umoja movement and deputy president William Ruto who was running under Kenya Kwanza coalition.
According to the latest provisional results from various parts of the country, it's indicated that deputy president William Ruto is leading with more than 101,000 votes followed closely by former prime minister Raila Odinga who currently has more than 99,000 votes. Up to now, Prof George Wajackoyah has got 895 votes and in the fourth position is Hon Mwaure who has 392 votes.
Ruto's votes is about 50% of those which have been counted and that of ODM party leader is about 49%. These are provisional results and IEBC will announce the first results after tallying.
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