The IEBC chair Wafula Chebukati has made a major announcement by postponing the naming of the presidential winner from 3pm as had earlier been announced to 4pm. This is so that the agents can de the final results and sign them.
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Kenyans are waiting eagerly for the announcement of the presidential results winner an it's mostly likely to be the deputy president William Ruto. It's evident Ruto has been ahead of Raila Odinga in all provisional results including from the media.
The country is obviously keenly waiting for the final announcement so that the country can move on. It's already a fact that in an election season there is a lot of tension until the next president is announced.
The delay in announcing the the presidential results is so that all the agents can sign the forms to agree with the results. It's already clear most of the Azimio agents had initially allegedly refused to sign the results and allow IEBC to make the final announcement.
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