•Jubilee senatorial candidate George Mara said that they will exhaust all the options available.
•"We won't accept the results or congratulate our opponents yet," he said.
Kiambu gubernatorial candidate James Nyoro has said that they will challenge the results by IEBC.
Addressing the media, Nyoro urged Kenyans to remain peaceful as they plan to lodge their complaints after the tallying of votes.
He was accompanied by George Mara (Senatorial candidate), David Gakuyo (Thika Town), Owen Ndungu (Kikuyu), Damaris Wambui ( Kiambaa) and his deputy June Waweru.
Jubilee senatorial candidate George Mara said that they will exhaust all the options available.
"We won't accept the results or congratulate our opponents yet," he said.
Women representative on Jubilee ticket Gladys Chania said that there were alot of irregularities, especially in Kikuyu.
Thika parliamentary Aspirant Gakuyo said that the whole process was a sham and they will petition.
"There is nothing like UDA wave in Mt. Kenya as the process marred by irregularities," he said.
Kiambaa Jubilee candidate Damaris Waiganjo said that her agents were not allowed in and she had to intervene.
"We know what happened and IEBC should order the recounting of votes," she said.