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Just in: IEBC Reveals Total Number of Voters Who Voted Throughout The Country

A day after millions voted for a successor to current President Uhuru Kenyatta, Kenya's presidential and parliamentary election results are still being tallied.

William Ruto, 55, and Raila Odinga, a former prime minister, are the top candidates in the contest to replace Kenyatta, whose second of two five-year terms is coming to a close.

And now Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission (IEBC), has announced that 14,164,561 voters cast their votes in yesterday's general elections day.

This means that those who voted; voter turnout is at 64 percent.

Before announcing any results, the IEBC is anticipated to await the physical delivery of Form 34-A, the polling station results form, to the National Tallying Centre for verification and computation.

The earliest that is expected to occur is Thursday, according to analysts. A contender needs 50 percent of the vote overall and 25 percent in at least 24 counties to win the presidency.

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