Kenya Election: Another Defeat Stares Raila Odinga as Ruto Leads
POLITICS DIGEST- The Deputy President of Kenya, William Ruto, is leading with 991,413 votes in the presidential election that took place yesterday in Kenya.
According to a Kenyan online newspaper, Nation, Ruto, who did not receive the support of his principal, President Uhuru Kenyatta, is leading the race with 51.43% votes.
His main challenger, the 77-year-old Raila Odinga comes close with 924,034, amounting to 47.65%.
The two other presidential candidates George Wajackoyah and David Waihiga have 0.42% (8,006 votes) and 0.21% (4,078 votes) respectively.
The results were published at 10:30 am on Wednesday Nigerian time, in a live update.