ODM Party Leader Hon Raila Odinga has taken an early lead of 51 percent against Ruto's 47 percent even as votes counting process hits 44 percent according to the latest IEBC Data as reported by Inooro Tv and Citizen Tv's Senior Political Reporter Seth Ollie. In the latest Data, Raila out of the 22 million votes cast on Tuesday has scooped 117,650 votes while Ruto has scooped 109, 257 votes as of 9:33 pm even as confirmed reports indicate that votes counting in several parts of Nyanza, Coast, and Western are near completion while areas of Mt Kenya, Rift Valley, and Nairobi haven't been able to relay their results to the IEBC's Backroom application.Meanwhile, IEBC via a press briefing at 9:40 pm on Tuesday urged Kenyans to exercise patience saying that the whole process will be completed and also, they must come to the realization of the fact that election must have losers and winners.
Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission presiding officer arrested for allegedly trying to edit form 34A in Kapenguria. Police said that they were acting on a tip-off from members of the public. The latest development comes when Provisional results suggest a tight presidential race in Kenya between Deputy President William Ruto and Raila Odinga, the ODM Party leader.
With 983 votes to the leader of the Orange Democratic Movement [ODM] Party, Hon. Raila Amollo Odinga's 464 votes, Kenya Kwanza presidential candidate Hon. William Samoei Ruto has taken the lead in President Uhuru Muigai Kenyatta's polling location. William Ruto received 247 votes in the Mutomo Primary School Stream 1, whereas Raila Odinga received 121 votes.
According to the most recent IEBC Data, which was reported by Inooro Tv and Citizen Tv's Senior Political Reporter Seth Ollie, ODM Party Leader Hon. Raila Odinga has taken an early lead of 51 percent against Ruto's 47 percent. According to the most recent data, Raila has received 117,650 of the 22 million votes cast on Tuesday, while Ruto has received 109,257 as of 9:33 p.m.
The ODM Party Leader has been warned to cease placing too much faith in opinion polls or else get ready to accept the approaching disappointment in the upcoming 2022 general election by another Kenyan Pastor who correctly forecasted the results of the hotly contested 2013 and 2027 general elections. The Veteran Man of God revealed this year's prophecy on Wednesday without specifically naming the winner of the upcoming general election in 2022, but he insisted that the victor would shock the country and the entire world, adding that the margin between the winner and the second will be insurmountable, unlike in 2017, when Uhuru won by 6%.
ODM Party leader and Azimio la Umoja Presidential candidate Raila Odinga together with his Azimio la Umoja brigade on Saturday made a grand into Kasarani stadium for the coalition's final campaign rallies. The ODM boss was accompanied by his running mate Martha Karua and Wiper Party Leader Kalonzo Musyoka among other leaders as their convoy sneaked through Thika Superhighway into the stadium.
President Kenyatta on Tuesday, July 12, 2022, hit the ground running campaigning for the Azimio la Umoja presidential candidate Raila Odinga and his presidential deputy Martha Karua. While addressing the roadside congregants in Embakasi East constituency, President Kenyatta explained to the gathering that the ODM Party leader and the Narc Kenya party leader Martha Karua are people of integrity.
Hon. James Orengo, Senator for Siaya County, has joined the growing list of allies of ODM Party Leader Hon. Raila Odinga who believe that the independent Agency is in some way tilted toward DP William Ruto's Kenya Kwanza Alliance Camp. Speaking on Saturday, the Veteran MP reportedly told Chebukati that he is living on borrowed time and that it's only a matter of time before they (Azimio) push for his impeachment and replacement by other Capable Leaders in the nation.
As a result of one of its candidates in Kakamega county withdrawing from the contest and endorsing DP William Ruto's Kenya Kwanza candidate, the Azimio la Umoja camp of ODM Party leader Raila Odinga may have suffered yet another significant loss. According to sources, Mr. Simon Mukhulu, who was competing for the Butere constituency on behalf of the Kanu party, withdrew from the campaign on Tuesday and endorsed Mr. Habil Nanjendo, Kenya Kwanza's candidate who is running on behalf of the Amani National Congress (ANC) party.
On Monday, ODM Party National Chairman John Mbadi denied claims that the Orange Party was preventing Kenya Kwanza presidential candidate William Ruto from visiting and campaigning in the Nyanza area. Mbadi disputed the Deputy President's claims that Raila Odinga, the presidential contender for Azimio La Umoja, had prevented him from campaigning in the area.
Another Kenyan Pastor, who correctly predicted the results of the contentious general elections that took place in 2013 and 2027, has now advised the leader of the ODM Party to stop putting an excessive amount of trust in opinion polls. He said he should get ready to accept the impending disappointment that to happen in the august general elections.
If the ODM Party Leader doesn't stop relying on opinion polls, he or she will face disappointment in the approaching 2022 general election, a Kenyan pastor who correctly predicted both the 2013 and 2027 general elections has warned. It was revealed on Wednesday that the Veteran Man of God, without revealing who would win the general election in 2022, had predicted that the winner would surprise Kenyans and people all over, a stark contrast to Uhuru's 6 percent victory in 2017.
If the elections had been held today, the citizens of the county of Homa Bay would have chosen an Independent Candidate to succeed outgoing Governor Cyprian Awiti as their next governor. This is true, claims a Mizani Africa opinion poll. According to Mizani, former Nairobi Governor Dr. Evans Odhiambo Kidero is in the lead with 44.1 percent of the vote, followed by County Women representative Gladys Wanga with only 21.6 percent of the vote.
On 12 March, Azimio la Umoja, which consists of more than 20 political parties, unveiled the former Prime minister Raila as its flag bearer in this year’s presidential polls slated for next week Tuesday. Azimio la Umoja, crafted around ethnic kingpins, mimics the National Rainbow Coalition that swept the Kenya Africa National Union (KANU) party from power in 2002.
DP Ruto says the presidential debate marks a defining moment for the country as they prepare to choose their president during the August 9 polls. The August presidential hopeful said on Tuesday after turning up for the debate at the Catholic University of Eastern Africa. Ruto revealed that the Debate will give the Kenya kwanza camp a chance to break down their manifesto and will see the people of Kenya make informed choices during the August 9 election.
The Azimio camp is doing its best to make sure that Raila Odinga becomes the next president after Kenyatta's retirement.The team has scaled up its efforts in different parts of the country to drum up support for Odinga.Unfortunately,Raila is finding it hard since DP Ruto is giving him some serious competition.
The Presidential Secretariat of Raila Odinga, the Azimio La Umoja Flag Bearer, has released the most recent declaration regarding Raila's availability for today's discussion at Catholic University of Eastern Africa. The ODM Party Leader won't be attending the presidential debate, Prof. Makau Mutua, the official spokesman for Raila's presidential secretariat, previously confirmed.
Key Deputy President Dr William Ruto's key confidant from the Rift Valley political zone has broken silence speaking on fresh allegations that the Azimio la Umoja Presidential candidate Raila Odinga, who is closely working together with the Jubilee Party leader President Uhuru Kenyatta, has started fighting the Wafula Chebukati led Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission ahead of next month's general polls.
Kenya Kwanza Alliance presidential candidate William Ruto on Thursday took his ralies to Meru, two days after the ODM Party leader Raila Odinga visited the county. While addressing congregants during the rally, the August presidential hopeful hit out at his boss telling him to be thankful, saying he has helped him for the last ten years.
As of now, President Uhuru Kenyatta has dismissed and refuted the latest media reports that he was forced to pay billions of dollars back in 2013 and 2017 to Deputy President William Ruto in order to get the 5.8 million votes in the Kalenjin Community, adding that his union with DP William Ruto was all about peace, just like the ODM Party Leader, Hon Raila Odinga.