Kenya is a democratic country whereby all citizens who are eighteen years ago and above are allowed to elect their leaders. Most of Kenyans were spotted in different polling stations on Tuesday this week and the IEBC officials are still counting presidential votes.
According to the source, new details have just emerged about where deputy president William Ruto was spotted. As per the photo circulating in different social media, deputy president William Ruto has been spotted with his colleague Hassan Omar. Furthermore, the deputy president William Ruto is seen full of confidence. Currently, IEBC officials are still counting presidential votes and approving form 34 A and 34 B. Look some reactions from Kenyans;
This just come in after IEBC chairman Wafula Chebukati some few days ago reassured all Kenyans that this year elections will b free and fair.
Hundreds of Kenyans are still waiting for final results whereby either ODM leader Raila Odinga or his counterpart UDA leader William Ruto will be declared the winner.
Furthermore, remember to sanitize and follow all guidelines from the ministry of health to fight covid-19 infections in the country.
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