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Live: October 26 poll kicks off with NO activity in Nyanza, Western Kenya regions

– High voter turn out was reported in Mt Kenya

– Little activity was reported in NASA opposition strongholds; Nyanza and Western Kenya

– Raila Odinga asked his supporters to stay home and pray instead of taking to the streets to demonstrate as earlier planned 7:05 AM

– Some polling stations in Homa Bay remain unopened as high voter turnout is registered at the Kongowea Municipal Hall in Mombasa county.

7:05 AM- Some polling stations in Homa Bay remain unopened as high voter turnout is registered at the Kongowea Municipal Hall in Mombasa county.

7:00 AM- Roads in Migori county remain blocked. Prior TUKO.co.ke reports have it that youth engaged police in running battles since Wednesday, October 25, as they attempted to stop the election from taking place.

Two people were shot in the melee. Attempts by police to clear the roads were immediately thwarted as youth put up more barricades. They went as far as blocking the Kenya-Tanzania bridge in the county.

IEBC was forced to transport election material to this county under heavy, armed security following prior warnings from county leaders not to step foot in their territory.

6:50 AM- Only a handful of voters could be seen at polling stations in Mumias as well as in Isiolo county

The voter turn out in Kakamega county was also low. In one of his final remarks ahead of the October 26 repeat election, Kakamega Governor Wycliffe Oparanya reminded his people that there will be no election and urged supporters to remain home.

According to information seen by TUKO.com, there was a high voter turn out in Mount Kenya regions as low activity was witnessed in Nyanza and Western Kenya regions.

KDRTV.com reported earlier that the National Police Service had deployed an extra 1, 600 police officers to Nyanza and Western Kenya regions on Wednesday, October 25.

This move was made to quell unrest that was witnessed in the region in the past few weeks as the opposition demonstrated against the Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission.

The National Super Alliance had initially urged their supporters to come out and demonstrate on election day but changed the mind at the last minute, asking their supporters to stay at home and not vote.

5:43 AM – Heavy downpour reported in some parts of Central Kenya as voters prepared to go and cast their vote in the repeat presidential election

Polling stations opened across the country at 6 am as Kenyans returned to the ballot to elect a president in the repeat poll on Thursday, October 26.

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