The head of state asked kenyans to turn out in big numbers to elect leaders of their choice urging them to go back home immediately after the exercise.
Speaking to the media, he expressed confidence that the election will be free and fair saying kenyans will have freedom to choose leaders they want.
He lauded the process of voting terming it very simple and convenient whereby one doesn't take long.
There was drama when the head of state was asked to comment about the allegations made by the deputy president William Ruto's side about the government Involvement in the exercise through the provincial administration.
While responding to the question, Uhuru dismissed it saying he doesn't have competitors ( a term that the reporter used).
Efforts by the reporter to rephrase the question by saying Raila's competitors bore no fruits as the president just went on to answer another question before walking away.
He however said this is not the time of politics but instead it's a time of voting.
Some kenyans who reacted online opined that maybe Uhuru has voted for his deputy William Ruto.
Below are the screenshots of the reactions online?
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