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Kikuyu MP Kimani Ichung'wah Reacts After End Of Voting And Beginning Of Vote Tallying

Kikuyu constituency member of the national assembly Hon Kimani Ichung'wah has come out to speak up for the very first time today after the end of voting in the various counties in the country and the beginning of counting and transmission of provisional results.

Taking to social media, the Kikuyu constituency MP expressed his gratitude to God for what he seemingly view as a successful voting exercise as the country heads into counting of votes with the independent electoral and boundaries commission already starting to upload results.

"God is there. Let God be called God," Ichung'wah stated on his Twitter handle.

Ichung'wah is a member of the united democratic alliance (UDA) party that is led by deputy president William Ruto and is defending his Kikuyu constituency MP seat, a position that he has occupied for the past 10 years. He is a strong supporter of DP William Ruto in a general election where Ruto is receiving strong opposition from Azimio la umoja One Kenya coalition party.

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