There is tension everywhere in the country as supporters from both the Azimio la Umoja And Kenya Kwanza alliance are filled with butterflies in their stomach awaiting the presidential results to be announced today. There are celebration in Sugoi, where the current deputy president De. William Ruto comes from as the supporters are positive that their preferred candidate will win.
On the other had, there are still celebration in Kisumu, referred to as a 'bedroom ya baba' as the people from the lake believe that their candidate will clinch the top seat in the country. In both places, the supporters are very eager and have taken to the streets to show their support and enthusiasm.
The election period has been peaceful so far and everyone is being urged to maintain the calmness during and after the big announcement. The race is clear that the main contenders are Azimio leader Raila Odinga and Kenya kwanza's William Samoei Ruto. Watch the videos here. https://twitter.com/StandardKenya/status/1559112818489802753?t=oe60o3MUCAQb53Dtzhng1A&s=19
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