After casting her ballot at the Kiamugumo Elementary School polling place in Gichugu, Waiguru claimed that it had taken her a lot of time and effort, as well as the help of other leaders, to get access to the stations to keep an eye on the situation.
She claimed that although they had been told the agents would be allowed inside the stations as of last night, they had been turned away because they lacked presidential credentials and governors' letters that had been duly certified.
She emphasized that if the team was allowed to watch the counting and tallying processes, she would trust in the legitimacy of the elections.Waiguru complimented the high voter participation and expressed confidence in winning reelection.
She claimed that due to the cold, turnout was low at certain polling places in the morning, while it was high at others where people were busy tending to their fields.
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