Election rigging allegations continue to emerge in different polling stations leading to some arrests while in others resulting to chaos.
A Presiding Officer has been arrested in Narok North constituency tallying centre after swapping results in favour of UDA gubernatorial candidate.
The United Democratic Alliance had garnered 36 votes in a polling station while his main opponent of Orange Democratic Movement party had garnered 470 votes.
The officer made attempts to swap the results while submitting them to the returning officer but was caught ready handed by agents of Ole Kenta.
The same incident occurred in Narok East whereby investigations are ongoing.
Apart from those two incidents, the tallying is going on smoothly in the entire Narok County as results continue to stream in.
The various aspirants' agents are keen to make sure they protect the votes for their candidate to avoid any case of election rigging.
Kenyans are waiting for the Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commision to deliver the final presidential results.
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