IEBC is still verifying presidential results at Bomas of Kenya with Kenyans still waiting for final announcement from IEBC chairman Wafula Chebukati on who is the winner having already announced county leaders as per their returning officers.
Apparently, there is still a tight race between Azimio la Umoja presidental candidate Raila Odinga and Kenya Kwanza Alliance candidate William Ruto with their respective supporters still confident of either of them winning the presidential election.
It's claimed that William Ruto is still on the lead with Odinga closing in behind him and Gorge Wajakoyoh coming third with David Mwaure in the final position.
However according to the Star Kenya, Agano party presidential candidate has finally conceded defeat as per IEBC with a less than 1% of total votes from various forms.
Mwaure has urged Kenyans to maintain peace as they're looking forward to hear from IEBC on who's the winner in the coming days. He has as well revealed that he will partner with the incoming president to work for every Kenyan.
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