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Sakaja lauds Igathe for conceding defeat

"You were a worthy opponent and a true embodiment of Siasa Safi."

We're confident we'll win elections, Wajackoyah says

Wajackoyah said if the process is fair, free and credible , they will clinch power.

(PHOTOS) It's a horse affair as cops disperse youth at Bomas

William Ruto and Raila Odinga are in a neck and neck race.

[PHOTOS] Leaders temporarily barred from Bomas of Kenya

They were later granted access but blocked from accessing the auditorium.

Exercise restraint, civil society tells politicians

Say the constitutional deadline of seven days for the announcement of presidential results has not lapsed

Chaos at Bomas gate as Azimio leaders are locked out

"We are here, nobody is telling us why we cannot access tallying centre."

Election Brief: Ruto leads tallies as IEBC records delays

A Radio Africa tally (provisional and yet to be verified by IEBC) shows Ruto got 50.36 percent

Mwaure first presidential candidate to concede defeat

He has thrown his weight behind UDA presidential candidate William Ruto

[PHOTOS] Hundreds celebrate Sakaja after his victory

Sakaja won the seat after garnering 699,392 votes.

Ruto attends church service as tallying gets underway

Results from 133 constituencies have been verified by the electoral commission

Let's be instruments of peace and unity, Raila tells Kenyans

He said the situation in Kenya is a reflection of the words of St. Francis of Assisi.

[PHOTOS] Passaris, Sifuna celebrated by supporters after win

Sifuna emerged winner after garnering 716,876 votes while Passaris got 698,929 votes.

All county functions to be reverted when I take office - Sakaja

He said his government will spearhead all 14 county functions currently under NMS

[PHOTOS] Sakaja, his deputy pick certificate at Kasarani

He won the Nairobi Governor seat after garnering 699,392  votes.

I will not let you down, expect a new Nairobi – Sakaja

He said he was ready to assume office and start to work towards a better Nairobi.

Omanga accepts defeat, congratulates Passaris

Omanga came second with 586,246 votes.

Raila out in public for the first time since Tuesday poll

He attended a church service in Karen together with leaders allied to Azimio coalition.