Provisional presidential results are even being tallied, and the figures are constantly shifting. Forms 34A, 34B, and 34C will serve as a point of reference up until the conclusion of the vote tallying as the nation eagerly awaits the announcement of the next President.
Forms 34A are currently the primary references utilized to total the provisional presidential results. The IEBC has seven days to compile all the results and announce the conclusion of the presidential election, as required by Article 138 of the constitution.
A presiding officer completes Form 34A after tallying the ballots. It displays the votes each presidential candidate received at a particular polling place, together with the legal and validly contested votes. Each candidate's representatives.
However, Form 34B is used to compile the presidential results from the various constituencies. After being confirmed and used by IEBC to construct Form 34C, the forms are then delivered to the National Tallying Center.
The official results of the presidential election would be announced using Form 34C, according to IEBC Chairman Wafula Chebukati.
When it comes to the most recent provisional presidential results, as of 6:08 PM, Nation Africa reported that UDA Vice President William Ruto had 3,063,584 votes, or 52.54 percent of the total votes cast using forms 34A.
On the other hand, Raila Odinga of Azimio has 2,730,447 votes, or 46.82 percent of the total votes cast. According to the preliminary results, David Waihiga gets 24,428 votes (0.42%), whereas George Wajackoyah has 24,428.
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