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Panic as Kidero rejects Nairobi gubernatorial election results

Jubilee's Sonko is leading with a huge figure.

At about 1 pm on Wednesday, Jubilee candidate Mike Sonko was leading with 812, 355 (53.4 per cent) votes against his 653258 representing a 42.95 per cent.

"We urge Nairobians to remain calm and await the final decision. What has happened is so glaring," he told a media briefing on Wednesday.

He said he wants a fresh tally.

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Meanwhile, in the Senate race, Jubilee's Johson Sakaja is leading with 789,674 votes against ODM's Edwine Sifuna who has 658,319 votes.

ODM's Esther Pasaris has 819,317 votes, and so far she is a head of Jubilee's Rachael Shebesh who has 661,625 votes.

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