Amidst the ongoing presidential outcome verification by IEBC officials is now taking place in Bomas of Kenya for Counting process to continues.
Today we saw a dramatic turn of events as Deputu President William Ruto's Kenya Kwanza team clashed with former prime minister Raila's azimio team over presidential outcome verification.
A segment of Azimio la umoja movement leaders, led by Racheal Shebesh and Gladys Wanga in the protest, accused Kenya Kwanza's- Gladys Shollei of interfering with the validation and verification of Form 34B.
An allegation that sparked a brawl between the two groups sparked a riot between Kenya's Bomas.As one of the IEBC's commissioners, police officers are seen as intervening between the two sides to urge them to stop agitating and resolve their problems.
United Democratic Alliаnce presidential candidate William Ruto are in serious battle with former prime minister according to various reports.
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