As we are eagerly waiting for IEBC chairman honourable Wafula Chebukati to give us fresh updates of how the presidential results are being transmitted, ODM party Secretary general honourable Edwin sifuna has said that he will not say much about the ongoing tallies but he has a lot of hopes that Raila Odinga will ascend to power.
Through his facebook page, he posted that he would not like to peddle lies about the presidential outcomes but their side is only waiting for results from two counties namely Kakamega and Mandera before they know whether UDA or Azimio will win the presidency.
He added that the remaining two counties are known for their unique pattern of voting and unexpected turnouts hence it is not easy to tell how the results will come and how it will affect the current tallies.
We urge all Kenyans to remain peaceful as the vote counting process is approaching to an end. Independent electoral and boundaries commission (IEBC) is the only body that will declare all elections outcomes officially hence Kenyans should not be victims of fake tallies.
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