Latest news being reported is that the Independent, Electoral and Boundaries Commission, IEBC has removed a certain figure of votes belonging to Presidential Candidate, William Ruto. IEBC Officials are currently continuing with verification of Form 34B at the floor of Bomas of Kenya and tallying results as per Constituency level.
According to Presidential results posted at IEBC Portal Kenya, William Ruto had garnered 51,050 followed by Raila Odinga at 14,860. IEBC has however corrected the figures from Kiambu Constituency after verifying Form 34B. IEBC has now reported that the correct figures of William Ruto's votes from Kiambu Constituency after verification stands at 41,050 and not 51,050.
@NationAfrica Update: IEBC corrects figures from Kiambu Constiuency after some errors were noticed on form 34B
Correct figures now: William Ruto 41,050 and NOT 51,050 as earlier captured.
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The latest update by IEBC has caused a stir online with Kenyans questioning why an excess of 10,000 votes were placed in favour of Kenya Kwanza Alliance, William Ruto. The Electoral Commission has however urged Kenyans to remain calm as verification and tallying of votes continue.
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