By 5am in the morning today, the Deputy President William Ruto who is the presidential candidate for Kenya Kwanza Alliance was already at the polling station accompanied by his wife Rachel and other family members.
Just like other politicians today, the DP woke up early to ensure that he casts his vote as an example to other people and ensure they get to choose their own leaders.
But to his surprise, the DP thought he would be the first person at the polling station but he was wrong, other villagers had already gathered and were waiting for the IEBC officials to start the exercise.
" I want to thank my village mates here for coming early, many of them were ahead of me I thought i would be the first one here," he said.
Asked the reason he came early the DP said that in the campaign trail, all Kenya Kwanza aspirants promised to wake up early in the morning to go vote and be an example to other Kenyans.
Here is the video,
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