• The place is flooded with many police officers to ensure there is maximum security as Kenyans wait for results they have been waiting for.
The once fully occupied tables used by officials to tally and verify results are seen empty signalling an end to the exercise at the national tallying centre in Bomas of Kenya.
The five-day verification of results forms ended on Monday with the Commission expected to declare the results of the August 9 polls.
The place is flooded with many police officers to ensure there is maximum security as Kenyans wait for the presidential results.
Inside the auditorium, both Azimio and Kenya Kwanza seats were occupied to capacity by 9 am.
Foreign envoys and ambassadors were also seated as early as 8.30 am signalling a possible declaration today.
There is also a heavy presence of security personnel both at the auditorium, surrounding areas and the main gate.
Both Kenya Kwanza and Azimio are at the venue awaiting the big announcement by IEBC chair Wafula Chebukati.