The most recent preliminary results show who is currently leading in the election for president to succeed Uhuru Kenyatta, which was held on Tuesday of last week.
The Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission has received all of the forms, and the Kenyan Bomas are currently conducting the verification procedure. In the next hours, the commission is anticipated to declare the nation's presidential victor.
According to the most recent preliminary results, Dr. William Ruto, the deputy president, is in the lead in the race for the statehouse. He received the most votes nationwide in Kenya.
According to the statistics made public to the country, Raila Odinga, the head of the opposition, is in second place with 6,025,940 votes, or 48.13%, while deputy president Dr. William Ruto is in the lead with 6,406,388 votes from all around the country, or 51.18% altogether. Wajackoya is in third position with 56,055 votes, while Mwaure is in fourth with 28,762 votes.
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