At this moment, the Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission (IEBC) is still tallying the final results at Bomas for the fiercely disputed presidential election that pitted Raila Odinga against the deputy president William Ruto.
According to the first results that were given by the polling bureau, according to certain constituencies, all of the form 34As have been presented and counting has been completed.
Let's shift our focus to the county of Kirinyaga, which is where the azimio la umoja coalition party running mate is originally from.
The United Democratic Alliance, which is led by Deputy President William Ruto, won a large number of seats in Martha Karua's county, including the gubernatorial election.
A more in-depth examination of the total amount of votes that were cast for Raila Odinga It was revealed that the leader of Azimio only received 37,978 votes, whilst Ruto and Gachagwa received 220,752 votes.
This indicates that Karua was only responsible for delivering 15 percent of the total votes to the coalition party led by Raila known as Azimio la umoja.
On the other hand, Rigathi Gachagwa, who was running as Ruto's running mate, was successful in winning all six parliamentary seats, one senatorial seat, and the gubernatorial seat in Nyeri county.
Given the information presented here, it is abundantly clear that Mr. Ruto made the correct choice when selecting his running mate. In light of this, what are your thoughts? On our comments platform, you are welcome to share your thoughts and comments regarding this topic at any time.
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