The road to presidency is now getting intense as we now approach the end the vote counting process. Deputy President William Ruto and the Azimio One-Kenya party presidential candidate Raila Odinga have proven to be the two top candidates whom Kenyans have massively casted for on August 9. Many Kenyans are waiting to know who will win between Raila Odinga and Kenya Kwanza Coalition presidential candidate William Ruto in this election.According to the provisional results released by Nation Media Group, Raila Odinga has 50.25 percent of the vote(4,433,777) votes while deputy president William Ruto has 49.07 percent(4,329,746)votes as per Daily Nation as at 11:40 pm. Wajackoya has 39,162 votes which represent 0.44 percent while Waihiga has 20,458 votes which is 0.23 percent. Raila seems to garner more vote in his strongholds and over 15% vote in the Mt region which gives his a lead unlike before. However, tallying is still on going to determine the final winner.
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