With only 5000 polling stations remaining, Deputy President William Ruto has retaken the lead. According to the most recent poll, Ruto has 50.20 percent of the vote, while Raila Odinga has 49.13 percent. Remember that the daily nation has the results before Citizen TV.
This means that if all other factors remain constant in the remaining polling stations, deputy President William Ruto could be declared the winner. However, at the moment, the results are streaming in and counting is underway.
Both Deputy President William Ruto and Raila Odinga have engaged in top gear campaigns, which explains why they are taking no chances. The evidence suggests that Deputy President William Ruto may win because he is significantly ahead of Raila.
Remember that in Kenya, one must receive 50 percent plus one vote to be elected president. As a result, any percentage greater than 50% indicates that one has won the election. However, the battle has begun.