The Azimio la Umoja coalition presidential candidate Raila Amollo Odinga has now announced that he does not agree with yesterday's Chebukati's results.
Announcing this at kicc minutes ago, Raila has said the figures released by chebukati are null and void and according to them, there's is neither a legally, validly declared winner nor a president elect.
He has therefore said that he'll be going to pursue legal actions available as the results were announced not according to how they were.
Following this announcement, if Raila Odinga and his team moves to court and the judges find their argument reasonable, the court might order a re_run. If the court orders for a rerun Kenyans will have to queue again and vote.
Kenyans on the internet gave however asked Raila Odinga to concede for the sake of peace and their time. Others saying that they would never go back to the ballot and vote again and therefore the candidates would get lesser numbers.
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