As the IEBC continues to compile and confirm all form 34Bs, anxiety is gradually growing throughout the nation.
Several media outlets domestically and internationally have almost finished compiling their totals.
According to the Star, a Reuters-conducted tallying indicates that with few ballots still to be cast, deputy president William Ruto is ahead of his Azimio ally Raila Odinga.
Ruto has 52 percent, according to Reuters. based on a calculation made with supplied IEBC form 34As.
According to the Star and Radio Africa, Ruto earned 50.36 percent of the vote, compared to Raila’s 48.88 percent, according to a preliminary IEBC total of all Form 34Bs.
According to the Star, Ruto has received 7,152,655 votes, while Raila has received 6,942,708 votes, with 18 constituencies still pending (excluding votes from the diaspora and votes cast in prisons). This is a difference of 209,947 votes.
According to the media outlet, there are still at least 34, 815 votes to be counted from 49 voting places.