Kenyans are eagerly waiting for the announcement of presidental results with all eyes now set on IEBC chairman Wafula Chebukati who has claimed that everything is secure from hacking rumours.
Various sources have apparently indicated that Azimio la Umoja presidental candidate Raila Amalo Odinga is in tight race with Kenya Kwanza Alliance candidate William Ruto.
With tallying still ongoing, various events have happened which are literally against the rules and regulations as per IEBC code of conduct.
According to Nation Africa, one of the IEBC official has allegedly been arrested for missing ballot boxes with reports now linking the incident to results rigging.
Starehe constituency deputy returning officer has been found victim after Azimio coalition leaders led by Edwin Sifuna, Maina Kamanda and Rachel Shebesh stomed starehe constituency tallying centre over a delay in issuing results.
Reports claims that there was plans to rig results by favouring some unknown candidates with now demanding results to be released as fast as possible.
Meanwhile, the returning officer demanded more time to resolve the issue ahead of which he will announce results to public.
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