Kenyans have been advised by the IEBC to exercise patience while nationwide vote-verification efforts continue. The country is waiting for Wafula Chebukati to announce the presidential election results so they can get back to work. The amount of votes received by Ruto and Raila in Ukambani counties have been made public while IEBC officers at Bomas continue their verification.
ODM leader Raila Odinga received 235,405 votes in Kitui, the county where Charity Ngilu resides, or 72% of the county's total votes, while Dp Ruto received 89,420 votes, or 27% of the county's total votes. In Machakos, Raila received 304,830 votes, or 74% of the total, while UDA leader Ruto received 101,437 votes, or 25% of the total.
William Ruto received 59,331 votes in Makueni, or 20% of the county's votes. 79% of the vote, or 229,187 votes, went to Odinga. According to IEBC Form 34B, Raila Odinga received 75% of the total votes in these three counties, whereas William Ruto received 24% of them.
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