Majina ya wagombea urais kenya 2022. The main candidates for the presidential election in Kenya have joined other citizens of the East African nation to vote and exercise their democratic right.
The Chairman of the Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission (IEBC) Wafula Chebukati noted that a total of 46,232 stations have been registered in 2022, which is an increase of 13.08 percent from 2017 where 40,883 stations were registered. The number of registered voters has also increased from 19,611,423 to 22,120,458 equal to an increase of 12.79 percent.
Majina ya wagombea urais kenya 2022
Raila Odinga: Presidential candidate through the Union Declaration coalition
William Ruto: Presidential candidate through the Kenya Kwanza coalition
George Wajackoyah: Presidential candidate through the Roots party
David Mwaure: Presidential candidate through the Agano party
The voter opinion poll predicted a tight contest between Odinga and Ruto. More than 22 million voters have registered to take part in Tuesday’s election that will end the administration of President Uhuru Kenyatta, with 40 percent under the age of 35.
Towards the general election, the Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission, IEBC announced the postponement of the Mombasa and Kakamega governorship elections, due to alleged errors in the voting papers. Another canceled election is that of Kacheliba and South Pokot parliamentary seats.
The issue of the rising cost of living, rampant corruption are among the issues that will push the voters. The official results of the election will be announced within one week after the election.
Raila Odinga Vote at Old Kibera Nairobi