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Votes tallying begins at different polling stations countywide

By Standard Reporter | Aug 8th 2017 | 1 min read
Vote tallying at St Peters Primary School, Nakuru County

Voting has officially come to an end in most parts of the country, except in some polling stations where different hitches were experienced.

In Turkana and Wajir counties, voting is still ongoing in 15 polling stations. IEBC cites bad weather
as cause of the delay.

Some of the polling stations where tallying is ongoing include;

St Peters Primary School-Nakuru County



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