Kenyans have woken up to a new reality, we have a new Presdident and VP, TNA and URP. Uhuru has replaced Kibaki and Ruto has replaced Raila. We are back to "Nusu Mkate" government just like the PNU ODM government. Nothing has changed we are back to 2008, the only difference is that the negotiations were done by lawyers unlike 2008 Nusu Mkate was negotiated by eminent persons.
On the positive side, the URP, TNA government will most likely work very hard to appeal to the masses inorder to stay in power for tens years, that is assuming the two parties suceed in honoring the pre-election pacts.
Uhuru will have to work extra hard to keep Ruto happy
Konoin, Bomet East, Mbita, Gatundu South, Molo, Chuka.
There is no retirement package in place for the Prime Minister.
The failure to garner 30% in the rift valley made it impossible for Cord to win the elections. It is the end of an era for Odinga and perhaps ethnic based voting in Nyanza.
Do your math
Coast (Kaloleni 47,000)
North Eastern (Fafi, Ijara 33,000)
Eastern (Matungulu 48,000, Buuri 54,000, Mara 51,000, Chuka 55,000, Tharaka 43,114, Manyatta 77,274, Mbeere South 85,602, Mwingi West, Mwingi Central 80,000, Kitui Rural 35,000, Kangudo38,000, Kathiani 38,000,Mwala 60,000, Kibwezi West, Kibwezi East 95,000)
Central (Ndaragwa 43,445, Kieni 78,095, Othaya 53,699, Gatundu South 60,852)
Rift Valley (Samburu West, Samburu North, Samburu East 55,000, Endebess 25,000, Marakwet East, Marakwet West 64000, Tiaty, Baringo North, Baringo, Molo 50,755, Njoro 70,000, Bahati 60,000, Nakuru Town 140,885, West Kilgoris 47, 000, Emurua Dikirr 29,000, Narok North, Narok South, Narok West, Konoin)
Western (Navakholo 41,000, Ikolomani 35,000, Sabatia 48,000, Luanda 35,000, Webuye West 70,000, Tongaren 50,000, Teso North, Teso South 70,000, Funyula 30,000)
Nyanza (Rangwe 67,117, Ndhiwa 55,587, Mbita 35,270, Suna East, Suna West 65,000, West Mugirango 60,000)
Nairobi (Mathare) 90,000.
Looking at the remaining constituencies perhaps the best results for Cord will be a runoff.
Coast (Mvita, Kaloleni, Balambala) North Eastern (Fafi, Ijara) Eastern (Matungulu, North Horr, Isiolo North, Buuri, Mara, Chuka, Tharaka, Manyatta, Mbeere South, Mwingi West, Mwingi Central, Kitui Rural, Kangudo, Kathiani, Mavoko, Mwala, Kibwezi West, Kibwezi East) Central (Ol'kalou, Ndaragwa, Kieni, Othaya, Gatundu South ) Rift Valley (Turkana South, Loima, Turkana East, Kapenguria, Samburu West, Samburu North, Samburu East, Endebess, Saboti, Turbo, Kesses, Marakwet East, Marakwet West, Tiaty, Baringo North, Baringo, Molo, Njoro, Bahati, Nakuru Town West, Kilgoris, Emurua Dikirr, Narok North, Narok South, Narok West, Konoin) Western (Navakholo, Ikolomani, Sabatia, Luanda, Webuye West, Tongaren, Teso North, Teso South, Funyula) Nyanza (Seme, Rangwe, Ndhiwa, Mbita, Suna East, Suna West, West Mugirango ) Nairobi (Mathare).
ODM’s Timothy Wanyonyi wins westlands constituency, Most of Pattni's votes were from his church hope international ministries church
With 102 constituencies reporting, Kenyatta has 2,416,321 against Odinga's 1,880,908 votes. Uhuru's constituencies are very populous as compared to Railas. The Rift and Central voters have overwhelming voted for Uhuru. Uhuru has also managed to score well in Kisii Nyanza.
PARLIAMENTARY : OUT OF 219 SEATS ,WDP 19, URP 58, TNA 68, ODM 74
SENATE : ODM 11, TNA 11, URP 8, WDP 4