The Chebukati-led team completed the exercise today after a thorough verification of all forms from polling stations and comparison with those presented by Returning Officers at Bomas of Kenya.
Following the completion of the presidential vote tallying, the activities at the Bomas of Kenya have changed, with the auditorium being cleared and the stage being prepared for the announcement of the results. Security has also been increased in the area, with thousands of GSU and regular police officers surrounding the venue ahead of the announcement.Kenyans have cast their votes, and they are certain that the fifth President will be either Dp Ruto or Raila Odinga. Kenyans are concerned about the delayed presidential results; many have expressed their concerns on social media; however, Wafula Chebukati assured Kenyans that he will declare the presidential elect within the 7-day period required by law, so there is no need to worry.
Chebukati and his team have also gone into hiding as they communicate with President Uhuru Kenyatta and other relevant authorities in preparation for this critical ceremony, which is set to take place any moment now. Even before the exercise began, several cars were seen driving into the venues, indicating the event's conclusion.
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