Kenya Decides 2017: Two former western province sitting governors set to lose their jobs

Kenya General Election 2017

Two of the former western province incumbent governors and West Pokot sitting governor stand to lose their position as the tally of the election results come to a close.

Kenya General Election 2017

The three, Kenneth Makelo Lusaka, Epainitous Moses Akaranga and Simon Kachapin Kitalei, who are Bungoma, Vihiga and West Pokot sitting governors have been on a tight race with their rivals.

Kenya General Election 2017

As the votes keep streaming in,Kenneth Makelo Lusaka(Jubilee) is still at 174098 votes (42.89%) while his competitor Wycliffe Wafula Wangamati (FORD-KENYA) is on the lead with 195784 votes (48.24%).

Kenya General Election 2017

Vihiga Governor Epainitous Moses Akaranga (PPOK) has so far managed to get 61551 votes (32.35%), while the rival, Wilber Khasilwa Ottichilo (ODM) is on the lead with 79699 votes (41.89%).

In West Pokot, governor Simon Kachapin Kitalei (Jubilee) is at  61126 votes (42.17%) while the leading competitor John Krop Lonyang’apuo (KANU) has 83813 votes (57.83%)

The Counties of Bungoma, Vihiga and West Pokot might be having new Governors as we get close to the end of tallying the votes.

Note: Only IEBC is mandated to declare official results