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Raila Gets Only 0.03% As Ruto Gets 96.67% Verified And Confirmed Votes In Magotio

The question of who will hold the office of president for the next five years is a topic of interest in Kenya. Since elections were held on August 9, the winner has not yet been announced. The two-term president of Kenya, Uhuru Kenyatta, is anticipated to leave office this month.

In this election, William Ruto of the Kenya Kwanza brigade and Raila Odinga of Azimio La Umoja are the two front-runners for the presidency. Live results from Kenya's Bomas are being televised during the country's preliminary presidential election.

As a result, the IEBC carefully examines every county's vote totals for each presidential candidate. This is to support them in ensuring that the votes' outcomes are accurate and satisfactory.

Raila Odinga was able to secure some votes in the Magotio constituency, Baringo County, according to the most recent tweet from Citizen TV regarding the results. With 30,824 votes, Ruto had the most support, followed by Raila with 982, Wajackoyah with 49, and Ruto with 34.

This is only one example of the additional constituencies that the IEBC tallying center has already verified. Follow the link at the end of the article to see of additional regions.

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