Kenyans from all walks of life woke up as early as 2am, braving the chilly conditions across the nation so as to make it in time to cast their votes in this year’s general elections.
With the presidential battle being regarded as one of the hotly contested races in Kenya’s history, Kenyans took the chance to vote in their preferred candidate.
The historic day also saw a number of Cabinet secretaries, governors as well as the First Lady Her Excellency Margaret Kenyatta join the long queues in a bid to exercise their democratic right.
In the photos below, Tourism CS Najib Balala is pictured shortly after casting his vote at Mwembe Tatari PHD,Mvita Mombasa county.
Honourable Ken Okoth Kibra MP voted at Ayany Primary School Polling Station, while Siaya senator James Orengo did cast his vote at Urenga in Ugenya Siaya county.
Busia county governor Sospeter Ojaamong and his wife Judy Onamu Ojaamong were pictured arriving at Busia township primary, Busia town at around 8:30am.
Nairobi governor Evans Kidero is seen casting his vote at the Pumwani Social Hall in Kamukunji Constituency.
See photos below.