The wife of President Uhuru Kenyatta, Margaret Kenyatta, spent over four hours on line before she was able to cast her vote at St. Mary School polling center in Lavington, Nairobi.
It was the same story for hundreds of thousands of Kenyans at polling stations across Nairobi, the Kenyan capital. SaharaReporters visited Umoja One Ward at Umoja Primary school in Nairobi at 8:40 a.m. The line was so long with several tents set up for electoral staff as all classrooms were taken. Voters sat patiently waiting to vote.
At Dandora primary school in Nairobi, a man who uses an oxygen tank joined the line too to vote. One voter, Violet Onyango told SaharaRepoters at Kariobangi South primary that the election was more than about her. "It is about the future of our children," she said.
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