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Raila Receives 0.03% As Opposed To Ruto's 96.67% Verified Votes In Magotio

In Kenya, many people are curious in the answer to the issue of who will serve as president for the country for the next five years. The results of the election, which took place on August 9, have not been made public as yet. It is predicted that Uhuru Kenyatta, who has served as president of Kenya for two terms, would step down from his position this month.

William Ruto, who is running under the Kenya Kwanza brigade, and Raila Odinga, who is running under the Azimio La Umoja banner, are the two candidates who are currently in the lead for the president. During the preliminary presidential election in Kenya, the results coming in live from the country's Bomas are being shown on television.

As a consequence of this, the IEBC does a comprehensive review of the vote tallies for each presidential contender in each county. This is to provide assistance to them in ensuring that the results of the voting are correct and to their liking.

According to the most recent tweet on the results that was posted by Citizen TV, Raila Odinga was successful in gaining some votes in the Magotio seat, which is located in Baringo County. Ruto received the most votes, which amounted to 30,824, followed by Raila with 982 votes, Wajackoyah with 49 votes, and Ruto with 34 votes.

The IEBC tallying center has already certified a number of other constituencies, and this is only one example of such constituencies. To see information on more areas, please click on the link provided at the bottom of the article.

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