It's a matter of hours and the winner of this year's presidential election will be known as independent electoral and boundaries commission does the final Tallying at Bomas of Kenya.
As the chief agents of both deputy president William Ruto of Kenya kwanza and Raila Odinga of azimio la umoja coalition continue holding their breath, patriotic and religious songs could be heard from Bomas As a carefully chosen choir kept entertaining the guests.
For the first time since Kenya went into the elections, politicians from different sides of the political divide chose to put their references aside inorder to sing along with the choir.
Deputy president William Ruto's team yellow there led by the newly elected Uasin Gishu senator Jackson mandago singing along with the choir the song Ebenezer by the late Angela chibalonza.
Choir master leading the entire teams in singing Ebenezer.
Former prime minister Raila Odinga's azimio and blue team led by ugunja member of Parliament elect Opiyo wandayi up and singing the song Ebenezer.
The outgoing Narock senator ledama ole Kina of azimio couldn't be left behind.
As the former head of press service under Moi administration lee Njiru once Said, indeed politicians are cousins. Today they are differing Sharply, tomorrow they are laughing together.
Let's keep peace.
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