Good Morning Kenyans.
After days of intense anxiety and curiosity, IEBC Chairman Wafula Chebukati finally announced who had won one of the tightest contested elections in Kenya’s history.
Prior to the announcement of the winner of the race to the house on top of the hill, all Presidential candidates except one had convened at the Bomas of Kenya.
Azimio Presidential flag bearer Raila Odinga failed to show up at the venue leaving Kenyans wondering of his whereabouts.
An unexpected address from four of the six IEBC commissioners raised eyebrows and later confirmed a split within the electoral body.
On Tuesday, 24 hours after the President-elect William Ruto was announced as the victor in this year’s elections, Raila surfaced from the shadows and delivered the anticipated plot twist.
Raila noted that the final results declared by Chebukati null and void.
The veteran politician alleged that the head of the electoral body’s decision could have plunged the country into chaos.
The once Kenyan Prime minister further remarked that the outgoing IEBC head had no power over other commissioners.
Raila’s move hints that the ODM leader could be heading to the Supreme court again.
This brings us to the big question, will Raila finally have his way?
These are the news making headline on the Opera News App today:
REVEALED: What IEBC Returning Officer Daniel Musyoka Told His Church Before He Met His Death
The mysterious disappearance and murder of Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission Returning officer Daniel Musyoka has rocked the headlines with family members, friends and colleagues calling on a probe into the matter.
Details Out on Who Might’ve Leaked Info to Raila That Chebukati Was About to Declare Ruto
Details have emerged on how ODM leader Raila Odinga reportedly learnt of his defeat in the concluded presidential election.
“This is a Sad Moment For us” Atwoli Finally Breaks Silence, Reveals he is Currently Grieving
Azimio la Umoja presidential candidate, Raila Odinga today came out to reject the election results announced by the Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission yesterday.