Photo courtesy of the Nation
Today is the day the IEBC has earmarked to announce the results of the presidential election that was held on Tuesday last week.Today also is the sixth day after the general election and various leaders who were vying for different positions have already been announced.Kenyans are anxiously waiting on whom the electoral body will announce as president.
As usual the BOMAS of Kenya is where the results of who has emerged president is released.Also the official tallying and verification of forms 34As and 34Bs was done there in the presence of chief party agents and observer.
The Nation Newspaper of Kenya reports that at the BOMAS is a beehive if activity.It is reporting that leaders from the various political divide were breaking in dance as they turned to spiritual songs.They are there ahead of the announcement of the presidential results.
"Leaders of various political parties break into dance as they turn spiritual at Bomas of Kenya, the National Tallying Centre. The electoral commission is expected to announce the President-elect today," Nation reported.
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