Yesterday, millions of Kenyans Stormed different polling station to elect their leaders. Most of the leaders have accepted the defeat while others are still waiting for final results from IEBC. Currently, IEBC officials are counting votes from different polling stations and thousands of Kenyans are following updates from the commission.
According to the source, IEBC chairman Wafula Chebukati has broke the silence again and revealed the day he will announce the winner. As per the statement shared by a well known source, Wafula Chebukati has reassured Kenyans that he will not declare results today. He has revealed that the commission is doing their best to make sure declaration of the winner will be made before 7 days ends. He has reassured all Kenyans that the winner will be announce as soon as possible. Currently, the commission is still receiving presidential votes from different polling stations in the country and ODM leader Raila Odinga is leading while his counterpart William Ruto is following him closely.
Millions of Kenyans are still waiting to know who will be the winner. All Kenyans are encouraged to remain calm and peaceful as the government will not tolerate any case of insecurity in any part of the country including Rift Valley.
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