Reactions After Ruto Beats Raila At Old Kibra Primary School Polling Station Where The Azimio Presidential Candidate Voted
Reports of UDA's flag bearer William Ruto beating Azimio la Umoja leader Raila Odinga in one of the streams at Old Kibra primary school, where he voted emerged online eliciting mixed reactions among Kenyans. According to reports, William Ruto has managed to challenge his opponent Raila Odinga at his polling station in the Old school primary after he garnered 176 against Raila 158 votes.
Raila's staunch supporters have failed him at a time when he needed them most. Provisional results from the Old Kibra Primary School polling station have shown. Although the Azimio La Umoja One Kenya coalition presidential candidate was spectacularly flanked by thousands of supporters yesterday when he went to vote, the election results have revealed a different story.
At the Old Kibra primary school polling station, chaos ensued after a presiding officer misplaced the presidential results (form 34A), causing the ballots to be recounted. According to media reports, IEBC employees opened the ballot boxes and counted the papers in the presence of party agents.
Azimio La Umoja coalition had bee dealt a blow as voter results from one of Raila Odinga's stronghold failed yo meet the expectations of many. A story of how Old Kibra Primary School where Raila Odinga cast his vote failed to deliver to support his presidential bid. From the results availed from the polling station ther was a 56.5 percent turnout only.
Chaos erupted at Old Kibra Primary school where Azimio La Umoja presidential candidate Raila Odinga cast his vote after the presiding officer at the polling station allegedly lost the presidential results form Form 34A. This led to demands from the political party agents that the votes be recounted physically in the presence of all in attendance.
ODM leader Raila Odinga and his elder brother Oburu Odinga. [Source/Jaoko] Raila Odinga, the Azimio la Umoja - One Kenya presidential flagbearer, has not been seen in public since casting his vote at Old Kibra Primary School in Kibra constituency on Tuesday. According to his elder brother Oburu Odinga, the ODM boss is very confident of a win at the end of the ongoing vote tallying process.
On Tuesday, the former Prime Minister Raila Odinga showed up at the Old Kibra Primary School polling center to vote where he was flanked by hundreds of supporters. Odinga was welcomed with songs and celebration to cast his vote. However it is reported that despite Odinga rallying his supporters to come out in large numbers to vote, only 60.5 percent turnout was reported.
Raila Odinga, the leader of the ODM, and Oburu Odinga, his older brother, [Source/Jaoko] Raila Odinga, the presidential candidate for the Azimio la Umoja-One Kenya party, hasn't been seen in public since Tuesday, when he voted at Old Kibra Primary School in the Kibra constituency.
Old Kibra Primary School, the voting center at where Azimio la Umoja One Kenya Coalition Party presidential candidate Raila Odinga cast his ballot, reported a turnout of 56.5 percent during the election that took place on Tuesday, August 9th. This comes as a result of the fact that just 4,000 out of 7,071 registered voters across 11 streams came up to cast their ballots.
Raila Odinga's Kibra polling station has collected over 1,000 ballots for Deputy President William Ruto. Raila's Old Kibra Primary School in Nairobi, according to the IEBC portal, gave Ruto 1,947 votes. 2,632 people voted for Raila in the general election. George Wajakoyah, the party's leader, received four votes, while Waihiga Mwaure received 16 votes.
Opposition chief Raila Odinga is heading to Old Kibra Primary school in Kibra constituency in Nairobi county where he is expected to excercise his democratic right to vote for his preferred leaders who will be leading the country for the next five years. The opposition chief has been accompanied by his wife Mama Ida Odinga, his son Raila Odinga junior among other leaders.
Presiding Officer At Old Kibra Polling Station Loses Form 34A, Ballot Boxes Reopened For Recount. The Presiding Officer at one of the streams in Old Kibra Primary School lost the form 34 As that are used to recordsm the Presidential results. The Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission IEBC officials at the constituency tallying centre in Upper Hill secondary school were then forced to open the ballot boxes and did a recount of all the votes in the presence of party agents.
Most Kenyans braved the early Tuesday, August 9 morning weather to cast their votes as polls opened in Kenya.The Azimio la Umoja One Kenya presidential candidate Raila Odinga has cast his vote in the ongoing hotly contested election. The ODM leader, accompanied by his wife Ida and their son Raila Odinga Junior, arrived at Old Kibra Primary School in a flashy convoy at around 10.30am
ODM leader Raila Odinga has arrived at Old Kibra Primary School where he will cast his vote. Notably, Raila received a heroic reception as his convoy snaked through the constituency. The charged youth accompanied his motorcade chanting his name "baba! baba!" . Former Prime Minister Raila Odinga who is the Azimio la umoja one Kenya alliance presidential candidate has turn out to cast his vote .