As Kenyans are eagerly waiting for the Presidential elections results from the Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission of the the elections that was conducted on Tuesday 9th August 2022, some politicians and supporters are growing impatient each passing minute. Some have waited since Tuesday to know their verdict but the results are not yet out forcing them to go to the tallying centres to wait and get answers on the delay. The latest incidence was witnessed in Runyenjes , Embu County where Azimio la Umoja Presidential Agents were identified as 'fake' and thus arrested after the county returning officer notified the police who took charge. In the same County there has been restlessness as they claim that no single politician has been declared the winner although the police have managed to calm the supporters.
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