As IEBC finalize the elections that was going on today in various wards, and senatorial positions. William Ruto's UDA party has bagged an early win and supporters burst into jubilations and celebrations even before official announcement.
Fighting tooth and nail , and doing rigorous campaigns despite extension by IEBC for three more months ahead, the winner indeed deserved the win.
The Ololmasani ward seat was as hot as top seats as Azimio who dominates bigger parts of Narok county flexed muscles with William Ruto's UDA party. The win is not only significant to the contenders but to the party who escaped the shame of being defeated by opposition.
Several of the polling stations have completed the tallying and even if the few remaining (4) are to wholly be to the opponents advantage no major changes will be witnessed.
"I repeat this is not about the winning but the margin. Thank you Ololmsani🙏🙏🙏🙏 ," he wrote .https://www.facebook.com/100000227553178/posts/9084041258280036/?flite=scwspnss&mibextid=jnPKxsCKaeeGyS9o
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