Governor Ann Waiguru has explained of the reason the low voter turnout in Mt Kenya region during the morning hours. According to her, it's a planting season and that's why the turnout in most parts of Mt Kenya region was at it's lowest.
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Waiguru is however truly confident that in the afternoon as well many people as possible will have come out in their numbers and cast their votes. According to Waiguru, the issue of low voter turnout in Mt Kenya region won't be experienced in the afternoon.
Waiguru was speaking after long cues started to be experienced in most parts of Mt Kenya in the afternoon. Majority people who had not voted in the morning started coming out strongly in the afternoon in support of the candidate of their choice.
The voting is still ongoing and it's expected that as most people will as possible will come out to cast their votes in the next one hour. It's evident, the voting time is almost concluding in several parts of the country where delays was not occasioned.
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