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Raila Team Reveals The Good News They Are Receiving From Bomas as Chebukati Release Official Results

As the Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission Boss continue with the verification of the Presidential results and making the tally official, Raila Odinga's team has revealed the reports they are receiving on their end delivering good news to the Azimio One Kenya Alliance Party Supporters.

Orange Democratic Movement Party Communications Director Hon Philip Etale has informed that going by the verification process of the Presidential results ongoing live at the Bomas of Kenya, the Azimio One Kenya Alliance team should be assured of victory and a win for Raila Odinga at the end of the day.

Mr. Etale has said that the results on form 34A, signed and uploaded on the public portal show that Hon. Raila Odinga is leading urging supporters to remain focused.

"Fellow Kenyans, a lot is being peddled on this space with regard to the Presidential election result. Truth is, Azimio candidate is leading. The results on form 34A signed and uploaded on the public portal show that Hon. Raila Odinga is leading. Let’s remain calm and focused," Hon Philip Etale has informed.

Nairobi Governor Anne Kananu has informed that they have high hopes that they are going to win urging that "There will be KENYA after the elections. Whoever is announced as the winner, let's continue with our lives as one, peaceful and united country."

However, DP Ruto's allies led by Kericho Senator Aaron Cheruiyot have said that DP Ruto is winning the seat and that "Classic ODM playbook moves setting in. Having realized they have lost this thing, their bots rejected the tally by the media. Claimed UDA had hacked media houses...Lol. Next will be to find whatever excuse to derail and tarnish the verification exercise going on at Bomas."

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