As soon as the Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission (IEBC) cleared the verification desks, which meant the end of the exercise, the Bomas of Kenya became a hub of activity.
The next step for the government and top security commanders was to increase security at the venue while they waited for the electricity commission to make its big announcement. The IEBC then asked that the first three rows of two sets of terraces be cleared so that presidential candidates and their families could fit. This was a clear sign that the big change was coming soon.
Billy Miya, a popular radio host, says that police have been stationed outside the home of Deputy President William Ruto and will supposedly take him to Bomas, where the big announcement about who won will be made.
The post said, "Police are escorting motorbikes outside Deputy President William Ruto's gate in Karen, Nairobi, while the president's election is going on."
People have had different reactions to his update. People who support UDA are excited that their candidate will win. Here are a few more comments:
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