Following the highly anticipated general elections on August 9, many Kenyans are now waiting to see who will win the presidency. The populace has maintained the peace, and the nation is quiet. Many elected officials who were defeated by their rivals have already surrendered their offices.
The IEBC has now discovered votes that were improperly assigned to the former prime minister, Raila Odinga. He obtained 11 votes rather than the requisite 111 in Thindigua's primary school. According to the most recent sources, the location is Siaya, not Kisumu, as many might have believed. On the other hand, Uhuru Kenyatta, the incumbent president, has just disclosed what Moses Kuria claims he is anticipating before the ongoing election. According to the former Gatundu MP, the president would receive two phone calls today from the United States and the United Kingdom, appealing to him to cede power to the recently elected president. This comes after the current IEBC election, when the official tallying of votes is happening at the Bomas of Kenya.
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