A small drama has been witnessed at the Bomas of Kenya this evening after Azimio allies caused a commotion as they raised concerns of irregularities in the ongoing tallying process.
According to the video shared by the NTV Kenya, the Azimio allies have now ordered the IEBC officials who have been hurrying the tallying exercise to halt the process as they claim that it is involved with a lot of irregularities, they have therefore asked Wafula Chebukati to address the issue before causing more drama.
This comes after the IEBC addressed the issue on Dp Ruto been credited over 10,000 votes from one of the costituency in Mt Kenya, this has now for ex the Azimio allies to spend sleepless nights safeguards Raila's votes as the tallying exercise enters a fourth day.
It is not clear if the irregularities raised by the Azimio allies are true since the Kenya Kwanza allies who are also safeguarding Ruto's votes at Bomas have not reacted to the drama witnessed by the Azimio counterparts.
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