The Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission (IEBC) has already finished the 34B form verification procedure, clearing the way for Wafula Chubukati, the IEBC chairman, to declare the presidential results.
Additionally, pictures of Deputy President William Ruto getting ready for the big day have surfaced from his Karen office in Nairobi as Kenyans wait for Chebukati to announce the result.
In the images posted by one of the digital strategists close to Ruto, GK Malema, Ruto could be seen with Alice Wahome, the newly elected MP for Kandara. The UDA party's primary colors are black and yellow, which are worn by the two.
Before the major announcement, Ruto and Raila Odinga are anticipated at the Kenyan Bomas at any time.
The area has already been cleaned up and prepared for the major announcement. The results are expected to be released by Chebukati before 3PM, ending Kenyans' six-day wait for them.
A portion of the Uasin Gishu locals have already taken to the streets in anticipation of the major news. As citizens wait for Chebukati's statement, cars laden of the renowned Kalenjin ceremonial plants (sinendeet) could be seen in most of the streets in images taken in Eldoret town on Monday morning.
Malema claims that after visiting Bomas in Kenya, Ruto will head to the Catholic University of East Africa to address his followers. The university already has a stage that UDA has set up.
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