Uhuru Hits 8 Million Votes

Strong lead

Mr. Kenyatta hit the 8 million mark at around 8 pm while his main contender NASA flag bearer Raila Odinga was at 6 million votes for the better part of the day.

At the time of this reporting, Mr. Odinga was at 6.6 million votes.

The former Prime Minister rejected the results as displayed on the IEBC website highlighting that the  system had been hacked to favour President Kenyatta.

Odinga further noted that the results were not legal as form 34A had not been received and made public as required by the law.

However, IEBC CEO Ezra Chiloba has rubbished claims that the electoral body’s system was hacked stating that: "Our systems are secure and the claims earlier made cannot be substantiated. and we have received no complaints of hacking on our systems,

Chiloba also revealed that 96 per cent of the polling stations had reported to the commission.

"Only 1300 polling stations are yet to report to the commission. We hope by midnight we will have received all of them," Chiloba stated.

Earlier, Mr Odinga alleged that NASA tallying center results indicating that he was leading at 8 million votes while Kenyatta was at 7 million votes.

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