Roots party presidential candidate George Wajackoyah and Azimio La Umoja deputy president Martha Karua have left IEBC meeting prematurely.
The two politicians stormed out of Windsor hotel, Nairobi to attend to other matters they did not disclose.
Wajackoyah declined to address journalists outside the hotel as he mumbled that he was rushing somewhere.
One of the officials stated that IEBC has no votes to offer them, the work of the commission is to count votes. This might have made them to get out while the session was still on.
The meeting chaired by IEBC boss Wafula Chebukati is still underway.
Deputy President William Ruto is in attendance, however, without his running mate Rigathi Gachagua. He has been accompanied by Kindiki Kithure.
Raila Odinga is still in the meeting and is expected to leave in the afternoon.
Nation has reported that Raila and Ruto are not sharing the same podium as they avoided each other.
Here is video of Wajackoyah leaving.
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