Kenyans are attentive to the ongoing tallying of elections results with different media houses busy streaming them. However, many have been left at crossroads on which media house to believe as they continue displaying different results.
Amid these confusion in the presidential results, some Kenyans have today known their elected leaders after tallying at different subcounties were concluded. William Ruto's UDA have won massively in mount Kenya according to multiple reports with the party garnering more seats.
The deputy president's party seems to have amassed substantial support from the region. Reactions online have been seen as Kenyans commented on UDA's influence in the mountain. Azimio la Umoja's head of campaigns, professor Makau Mutua has stated that Ruto has played a fiddle with Mount Kenya.
The professor has went on to state that the residents will in the near future understand their move was not right. It is remembered that William Ruto has been having key political leaders from the region who have been mobilizing support for UDA.
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