Azimio One-Kenya party leader Raila Odinga has lost control of the Kuria minority community in her stronghold of Nyanza for the third time.
In the Tuesday 9th election, the Independent Electoral Boundary Commission (IEBC) released an update on the verified presidential results of the two Kuria constituencies and based on the statistics that ODM boss missed the presidential vote count and the number of legislators from the said area.
United Democratic Alliаnce (UDA) presidential candidate, deputy President William Ruto, is said to have won 65.13% of the vote in the East and West Kuria constituencies while Raila won only 34.17% of the vote elected.
In Kuria West, Deputy president William Ruto collected twenty-nine thousand two hundred and twelve (29,212) votes, followed by Raila Odinga who received twelve thousand one hundred and six (12,106) votes after verification.
In Kuria East, the second incumbent, Dr William Ruto, won 16,795 votes and the ODM boss won 12,031 votes.
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