Voting in Bonchari by-elections started smoothly. As voters continued to flog different polling stations. The polling centers were opened early at 6 a.m.
Voters were first required to sanitize their hands before voting. This is in line with covid 19 protocols.
However, security has been intensified in the area. Police officers have erected road blocks on all the roads entering Bonchari.
At different points, police are seen checking vehicles.
The battle for the Bonchari seat is highly contested. It has attracted 13 candidates.
Jubilee party, Orange Democratic Party, and Deputy President William Ruto -linked -UDA party have aspirants.
Bonchari has at least 52,995 voters who are expected to cast their votes. This is in a bid to elect their new member of Parliament.
Already, Jubilee's party candidate Zebedeo Opore and UDA party candidate Teresa Bituti have cast their votes.
ODM's Candidate, Pavel Oimeke is expected to cast his vote at Nyamera Primary School.
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