According to the results of the Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission, or IEBC, which has been counting votes over the past few days, president Uhuru Kenyatta's Jubilee Party has received the greatest humiliation. This is due to the fact that this territory has practically lost all of its seas to the UDA territory, particularly in the Mount Kenya region.
Currently, today, the Jubilee Party has issued a statement via its secret general, hon. One of the top leaders who was swept away by the UDA wave in the Mount Kenya region was Jeremiah Kioni. According to Hon, in the Mount Kenya region. Tv 47 Kenya cited Kioni, who was speaking to the press at the Jubilee Head Offices in Pangani.
He asserted that the decision made by the Mount Kenyans to reject the Jubilee candidates marked the beginning of their opposition. Kioni was sure that Raila dinga would prevail in the ongoing vote count. He said that the mountain's initial votes had given his campaign a boost.
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