Today being election day in Kenya, the polling stations were opened as early as 6.00 am. Kenya kwanza presidential candidate Dr. William Samoei Ruto and Dr David mwaure for Agano party were the first presidential candidates to cast their votes. The deputy president casted his vote at Kosachei primary school in Nandi county. This is according to a post shared by nation news on Twitter.
According to another post shared by nation news and TheStarKenya news on Twitter, Azimio la Umoja one Kenya presidential candidate Raila Amolo Odinga received a warm welcome fro the Kibera residents as he goes to cast his vote. He was accompanied by his wife. The former prime minister was escorted by a massive crowd to the polling station. The post shared by the nation news on Twitter raised reaction.
The question is, do you think it is good for the voters to take the move of escorting the candidates of their choice during election? What is your opinion?
Below are some of the comments.
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