This being the seventh day of the election process, the race between Raila Odinga and William Ruto tightens. Kenyans are eagerly waiting on the IEBC chairman, Wafula Chebukati, to announce Uhuru's successor.
Today's newspapers under review include: People Daily, Daily Nation, Taifa Leo and The Star.
Launching off with Peple Daily, their headline reads:- "The Day Of Reckoning."
Under the headline they added, "Final tally: With results from over 180 constituencies tallied and verified, the battle for State House remainstoo close to call,but Chebukati must call it today, latest tomorrow. Who will it be."
The Star headline reads:- "Ruto, Raila Peace Call As Results Expected."
The Star added, "The contest is too close to call, the swinging pendulum can settle on either of the two."
Daily Nation went ahead and wrote their headline as:- "How They Stack Up." They analyzed the position posts won by the Azimio La Umoja and Kenya Kwanza Coalitions.
Lastly, Taifa Leo headline reads,"Rais Mpya Kujulikana." Stating that IEBC is expected to announce the winning presidential candidate any time today.
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