As Kenyans are anxiously waiting for the elections results both at the county and the national level,politicians are up and celebrating while others are conceding to defeat.Roots Party Presidential Candidate, Professor George Wajackoya was not left as he was up and about bomas of Kenya where he met with Tanzanian ex-president Jakaya Kikwete which is the Presidential tallying centre and where the official announcement of the 5th president will be made. The Roots Party candidate was seen dressed casually as he exchanged pleasantries with the former president. According to the provisional Presidential Results as at 6.59PM the Roots Party candidate had garnered 58,900 votes equivalent to 0.44% of the total votes. Wajackoya has managed to secure a third position after Raila Odinga of ODM and William Samoei Ruto of UDA. David Mwaure of Agano Party is the fourth in the race as at 7.00PM.What's your opinion on the ongoing tallying across the country?Leave a comment.
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