Didmus Barasa waiting to vote
Wiper party leader Kalonzo Musyoka was among the few leaders that came out in the afternoon to vote. Kalonzo voted at his rural home in Kitui county at Tseikuru Primary School. Unlike other politicians who voted early in the day, Kalonzo did not go straight to the ballot to vote.
He instead joined the long queue and waited to get to ballot box. Kalonzo was dressed casually in a shirt and khaki trousers. On his feet were light rubber shoes. The people around him did not see it as a big deal as they concentrated on the slowly moving line.
Kalonzo in a queue ready to vote
When Kenyans saw the photo, they were pleased as he acted as an equal to the people. He did not see himself to be superior that the normal people. He waited until all that were Infront of him voted before he cast his vote. This is the same thing that Didmus Barasa did and Kenyans were happy to see him join the queue. What do you think of what Kalonzo and Didmus Barasa during the voting process? Share your opinion with us. Follow the page for more news updates daily.
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