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Polling starts in Kenya (Photos)

Kenyans from all walks of life woke up early as 1 a.m. so as to be the first ones to poll  in a highly-competitive General Election.

Voting began from 6 a.m. without  major hitches being reported in most of the polling stations.

 

Siaya Senator, James Orengo casts his vote at Urenga Primary school, Ugenya

 

St Xaviers’ polling station Nakuru Town East -Nakuru County (Photo: Courtesy)

They thronged polling stations all over the country to have a chance to participate in the exercise.

 

St Xaviers’ polling station Nakuru Town East -Nakuru County (Photo: Courtesy)
Voters at Lakeview Primary School, Nakuru Town East

 

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Long queues at Bomet Primary School.
Leonard Owuor proudly displays his inked finger after voting  at Tumaini Primary School, Embakasi West Constituency.

 

Voters confirm their details at Tumaini Primary School, Embakasi West Constituency.

 

Cynthia Shifa and Alice Kiarue send text messages to 70000 to find out their polling station at Tumaini Primary School, Embakasi West.

 

Voting at Handcraft polling station in Lodwar town, Turkana County.

 

Hannington Ochieng ,the ODM Chief Agent in Westlands Constituency, coordinating voting by phone. He said voting started well in all polling stations there.  (George Orido, Standard)

 

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