27 February 2013
Kenya: Naivasha Florists Will Vote - DC
By George Murage
Naivasha DC Mohammed Abass has denied reports that flower farm workers will not be allowed to vote in next Monday's general elections. Abass said the district security committee has made proper arrangements to enable the workers cast their votes.
He said managers of flower farms have agreed to allow their workers to vote in shifts on Monday. "We have had discussions with the farmers and we hope the voting process in will run smoothly," Abass said.
Naivasha constituency IEBC coordinator Mildred Wachiye said she has not received any reports about the workers being denied the chance to cast their votes.
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