The deputy President William Ruto has taken a lead again with only 5000 Polling Stations left . It's clear that in the latest tally, Ruto's support remains at 50.20 percent while Raila Odinga is struggling with 49.13 percent. Remember the daily nation are ahead of Citizen TV in tabulating the results.
Here is a link: https://elections.nation.africa/
This means that if all factors remain constant in the remaining polling stations, then the deputy President William Ruto might be declared the president elect. It's a fact that at the moment, the results are however streaming in and counting is going on.
The deputy President William Ruto and Raila Odinga have both engaged top gear campaigns and this informs as to why they are leaving nothing to chance. Evidence of the result shows that the deputy President William Ruto might win for he is ahead of Raila by a substantial margin.
Remember, to become president in Kenya, one must get 50 percent plus one vote. Therefore with any percentage above 50 per percent would mean one has won the election. The battle is however too close to call for it's fact both Ruto and Raila are leaders who have a solid support base.
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