Kenya Kwanza Presidential candidate Deputy President William Ruto voted when polls opened at 6 am. Dr. Ruto was accompanied by his wife Rachel Ruto to Kosachei Primary School in Turbo Constituency to cast his vote. He arrived just two minutes before the polling stations were opened.
"I feel very good that after so many months of campaigning and selling our agenda, this day has come and I have this morning cast my vote. I am a very proud man. I know that I am vying for the President for the first time. I leave it to God. It is going to be a vote that is going to change the destiny of this country. It is a vote of plans and agenda unlike before when people were people were voting for personality and tribe," Dr. William Ruto said.
"Everybody here wants a peaceful process. Our prayer before voting was about having a peaceful election. I am also delighted that this historic election will usher in a new era for the country. I want to urge for a peaceful process." He also added.
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