IEBC to announce presidential results Monday afternoon

The Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission (IEBC) is set to announce presidential results at 3pm at Bomas of Kenya, the National Tallying Centre.

Presidential candidates David Mwaure of Agano Party and Prof. George Wajackoya of Roots Party have already arrived at the Bomas auditorium.

Azimio la Umoja candidate Raila Odinga as well as United democratic Alliance (UDA) are expected to be in the venue.

Various players including politicians, observers, diplomats are also currently present at Bomas.

Delegates at Bomas of Kenya expecting the announcement of the fifth president of Kenya by IEBC

Even as Kenyans await the results, according to the constitution, the winning presidential candidate is required to have garnered 50% + 1 and to get more than 24% of votes in at least 24 counties.

At the same time, sub-section (5) says; If no candidate is elected, a fresh election shall be held within thirty days after the previous election and in that fresh election the only candidates shall be– (a) the candidate, or the candidates, who received the greatest number of votes; and (b) the candidate, or the candidates, who received the second greatest number of votes.

Kenyans have been anxious to find out who will be their 5th President, with calls for peace to be maintained across the country during this period.

The results are based on Forms 34B obtained from the 290 constituencies across the country.



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