Anxiety continues to bite among Kenyans as they await for the Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission (IEBC) to announce the results of the August 9 Presidential election.
This, after the commission confirmed on Monday morning that they have finalized the tallying process, and what remains is Chairman Wafula Chebukati to declare the winner.
It is worth noting that the winner, as dictated by the Constitution of Kenya, must have met a required threshold before being declared.
As few minutes remaining to 3pm when the IEBC chairman to announce the winner, local residents in the local home of deputy President William Ruto have started flocking in as they wait the presidential results.
The locals of Uasin Gishu have Throng to Sugoi inorder to celebrate if William Ruto is announced the winner.
However residents have been urged to remain peaceful and to love each other because there is live after today.
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