Top Azimio leaders have arrived at the Bomas of Kenya ahead of The presidential election results announcement. It's clear, Chebukati is set to announce the official final presidential results after final tally and the country is eagerly waiting to know of their next president.
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Azimio leaders were seen singing at the Bomas of Kenya clearly confirming the final tally might go in their favour. However, it's evident that all provisional results which have been tabulated by the media and IEBC itself show DP Ruto leading.
Kenyans are eagerly waiting to know if the person the IEBC chair Wafula Chebukati will finally declare as the next president of Kenya is the dully elected president. It's expected that the preparations to have the next president sworn in are in top gear.
It's clear that both the Azimio and Kenya Kwanza leaders are hopeful of a win in the hotly contested presidential race. However, it's largely clear that the numbers are in favour of the Kenya Kwanza leader who is the deputy president William Ruto.
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