The day many Kenyans have been waiting for with much aplomb is finally here and netizens will be following proceedings to know who the next President of the Republic will be when Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission chairman Wafula Chebukati finally announces the presidential results.
The same mood has been witnessed in Nandi town in Nandi county with area residents appearing to be in an ecstatic mood as they hope that one of their own will finally rise to the occasion.
Nandi county is one of the backyards of the Deputy President William Ruto who had his first stab at the presidential seat and residents are optimistic he could be lucky to be the next Head of State.
They thronged the town and appeared to be already in a celebratory mood as the swayed their bodies dancing to local tunes which was a clear indication that they were prepared for the big announcement.
The jubilation by the Nandi residents clearly shows that Nandi residents have their hopes high of William Ruto being declared the winner of what has been a hotly contested election.
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