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Security tightened at venue where winner between Raila and Uhuru will be announced

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Security has been beefed up at Bomas of Kenya which is the official national tallying center The winner of the presidential race is expected to be announced anytime after completion of tallying

Raila Odinga has raised issue with the credibility of the results and demanded to be declared the winner of the race.  Uhuru Kenyatta and his Jubilee party have on the other hand called for calm as the IEBC finalises its tally. Security has been beefed up at Bomas of Kenya ahead of the formal declaration of the presidential election results.

Kenyan Digest understands that IEBC is expected to announce Uhuru Kenyatta as the next president of Kenya any time from now as they finalise the tallying. Security tightened at venue where winner between Raila and Uhuru will be announced The National Super Alliance (NASA) has however rubbished the results from IEBC insisting that Raila Odinga is the winner and wants him to be declared the president. NASA, through its NASA chief agent, Musalia Mudavadi has said Raila Odinga will address the nation only after the ‘real’ presidential results are announced. Speaking at the NASA headquarters on Thursday, August 10 ,at 5.00PM,Musalia Mudavadi insisted that the presidential results projected by the IEBC are fake. Security tightened at venue where winner between Raila and Uhuru will be announced The winner of the presidential elections will be announced any minute from now.IEBC. According to NASA, Raila Odinga should be declared president because he has won the election.

Former US Secretary of State John Kerry has stated the elections were conducted in the best way possible and asked the opposition take any complains to the court.  Kerry also hit out at NASA running mate Kalonzo Musyoka for declaring that he would call NASA supporters to “action” soon. Kerry’s sentiments comes after international observers gave the election a clean bill of health and asked losers to accept defeat. R

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