As the results trickle in, the Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission is occupied counting the presidential votes. Kenyans can be seen impatiently awaiting these results, but they might have to wait a little bit longer.
In Homa Bay county main tallying centre, police have been forced to disperse supporters of various candidates who had camped outside Tom mboya university. Restless supporters started to make unnecessary chants in support of their respective candidates.
Many Kenyans used their democratic right to vote in today's general elections by going to the polls yesterday. However, IEBC unlike in 2017 are not displaying presidential results, but instead forms 34A are being uploaded onto its website.
The voting process, however, was tainted by the failure of the IEBC Kiems kit. In order to identify voters, the commission has been forced to employ manual registers in a number of different parts of the country.
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