Kenyans want the IEBC to report 100% of Form 34B, verify the results and inform voters who will come to power after President Uhuru Kenyatta's tenure.
Various political heavyweights on both sides of the political spectrum are in good spirits and are assuring their supporters not to give up hope. According to the Commission's latest update, reports show that as of 8:20am today, 244 out of 291 (83.85%) Form 34Bs have been reported to its IEBC. This means there are only 47 forms left as IEBC is racing against time.
Electoral authorities led by Speaker Wafula Chebukati have been able to review and assess the results of at least 21 constituencies, but Kenyans are waiting for the entire process to be completed. According to the law, the IBC will announce the results within seven days of the election day.
As the counting process continues, Team Azimio has announced that they are organizing a kick-off conference for the elected leaders at KICC from 10am. Other classified reports from The Star indicate that its Head of State, President Uhuru, who is also Azimio Council Chairman, is expected to meet the elected leaders either at KICC or Statehouse.
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