The tallying in Bungoma County came to an end and winner was announced.
A race that was a neck to neck battle between Ken Lusaka and Wangamati finally came to an end.
Wangamati in his acceptance message stated that he respects the decision of the people of Bungoma County.
He further congratulated Hon. Ken Lusaka for winning the Gubernatorial election.
Wangamati is optimistic that Hon. Lusaka will stay true to his promises and propel Bungoma County forward because of its great potential.
He said,”The people have spoken and we respect that decision. I want to congratulate Hon. Kenneth Lusaka on his election as the Governor of Bungoma County. I hope and believe that you will be able to move this county to her next level of greatness because it is possible.”
Wangamati is among the many other leaders who have concedes defeat even as tallying continues in other counties.
On the contrary, Yesterday in Kirinyaga County, Ann Waiguru raised claims of rigging.
Ann Waiguru who is the current Governor of Kirinyaga claimed that ballot boxes were being passed through the back door.
Ann Waiguru who was in a tight battle with Wangui Ngirici urged the Independent electoral and boundaries commission to stop the count because the counting was going against her.
In line with that is the Nairobi Gubernatorial seat where United Democratic Alliance’ s Johnson Sakaja claimed that the commission was trying to rig his votes. Sakaja who is in a tight race with Polycarp Igathe of Jubilee has assured Nairobi Residents that he is optimistic.
More news on The Nairobi Gubernatorial seat are underway .
Else where in Kilifi County, Aisha Jumwa lost to Mungar’o of Azimio la Umoja coalition. News of conceding are also underway.
In Kisii County, Paul Simba Arati of Azimio la Umoja is leading against Machogu of United Democratic Alliance. More news on the same are still underway