It has been six days since Kenyans voted for their leaders of choice and tallying has been going on ever since until today which marks the last day. Journalists have continued to provide updates on what is happening at Bomas of Kenya and apparently it has been a moment of restlessness in the whole country since citizens want to now who the fifth president will be. According to reports going round from different reporters, they have actually affirmed that all is okay and we are just left with updating and announcing who won the elections. Apparently, the stage has already been set and everybody has been requested to leave the Bomas of Kenya so that only officials can be allowed in the venue. Photos doing around show that the stage has already been set and by 3PM we will have known the leader who majority of the Kenyans voted for. After that, incase of any issues with the results, the competitors are allowed to present themselves to the court and the elections might be repeated if at all the court will order that to happen. It be noted that the winner has to have 50%+ 1 and this will all be announced today by Mr. Wafula Chebukati.
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