The Kenyan General public continue to receive results of various political races that were contested in the August 9th Polls. The voting process started yesterday early in the morning as Kenyans lined up in various polling stations to cast their votes for their favorite aspirants. The eligible voters voted for a the presidential, gubernatorial, senatorial, Woman representative, parliamenatary and civic aspirants.
In the Keiyo North Constituency Parliamentary results have been confirmed by the Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission (IEBC).
As confirmed by the Nation Media, the race has been won by one Adams Kipsanai who was flying the flag of Deputy President William Samoei Ruto’s United Democratic Alliance Party. Kipsanai defeated the incumbent Member of Parliament Hon James Murgor after garnering a whopping 26,560 votes.
"ADAMS KIPSANAI of UDA named MP elect of Keiyo North after garnering 26,560 votes against incumbent MP James Murgor" IEBC says.
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