Kenyans Voting today

Kenyans went to the polls today to elect a president for that country.

According to Vice Chairperson of Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission (IEBC), Juliana Cherera, at noon, 6,567,869 Kenyans had turned up to vote.

“This equates to 30.65 percent of the 22,120,458 registered voters,” Cherera said.

Kenyans in the diaspora also voted. However, only 12 nations with Kenyan voters are entitled to vote. They include Germany, Canada, the UK, the US, Qatar, United Arab Emirates, South Africa, Rwanda, Burundi, Uganda, and Tanzania.

Meanwhile, President Dr Lazarus Chakwera and the First Lady, Madam Monica Chakwera, have wished the people of the Republic of Kenya a peaceful general election.

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