The road to presidency is now getting intense as we now approach the end the vote counting process. Deputy President William Ruto and the Azimio One-Kenya party presidential candidate Raila Odinga have proven to be the two top candidates whom Kenyans have massively casted for on August 9.
Fresh IEBC data released by Citizen Tv Kenya shows that neither Raila Odinga of Azimio coalition nor William Samoei Ruto of Kenya kwanza coalition will attain a percentage of 51%, even as tallying nears completion with less than 4000 polling station remaining.
According to latest 2022 presidential results, Deputy president is said to be leading with 50.19, He is closely followed by Raila Odinga who is at 49.13%, even as IEBC via it's commissioner to maintain patience as tallying almost come to an end
And according to the latest provisional results by nation Africa, Deputy President William Ruto has hit 50.19% which is equal to 6,666,091 while Raila Odinga at 49.13% which translates to 6,525,306.The gap between the two candidates is about the 1.06%.
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