On Thursday evening, many Kenyans were anxious over the release of the presidential results.This was after the completion of the submission of the form 34As which had been uploaded on IEBC portal.
A look on various social media platforms could make one see the relentless focus Kenyans had put on keenly following the presidential voting tally.
One of the Azimio bloggers Pauline Njoroge through a post on her social media handles came out to calm the Azimio supporters to cool down the tension and anxiety as the vote count kept on continuing.She told them that there was no problem and she would have updated them if there was any.She said when they see her quiet it was because everything was just okay and she was anticipating things to most likely be in their favour.She revealed that their clerks were handling the form 34Bs to confirm the results they had acquired from forms 34A.He urged them to just relax as they awaited the official announcement of results from the electoral body.
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