According to a report by KBC Channel 1 News, the voter turnout are seen to be low in the Nyamare Polling Station where Oimeke casted his vote.
The Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission (IEBC) on Monday distributed voting materials across all polling centres in Bonchari and Kisii ahead of the today's exercise.
The former MP's wife Teresa Bititu is among the thirteen candidates eyeing the Bonchari Parliamentary Seat.
The seat remained vacant in November last year, following the death of MP Ooro Oyioka.
At least 52,995 voters are expected to turn up to cast their vote to pick their member of parliament.
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