The Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission (IEBC) is still delaying the presidential results as they continue with the vote verification exercise in order to attain credible results on who won between deputy President William Ruto and former prime minister Raila Odinga.
However, Azimio La Umoja One Kenya flag bearer was confident on winning this race before elections, since he did not expect such stiff competition from the DP, something that gave a lot of confidence to his supporters.
However, the early celebration of the Azimio brigade has been rated as a big blunder by political commentator Zipporah Kamau.
Speaking to K24 Television, Mrs Kamau has said Mr Odinga's brigade counted their chicks before they were hatched, arguing that they will be so disappointed if deputy President William Ruto is declared a winner, simply because they made premature assertions.
"Azimio counted their chicks before they were hatched, it was premature and it caused anxiety because after that people from Azimio were celebrating," Zipporah Kamau has said.
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