Many people around the country were glued to their TV screens and tuned in to their radios on Monday evening as the second of the historic presidential debates was held.
The debate at the Brookhouse International School in Nairobi was hosted by all the media houses in Kenya. The major topics of discussion were the economy, land and resource utilisation.
There was a special screening of the debate at the Klubhouse on Ojijo Road in Nairobi with many people turning up to follow the proceedings.
The venue had different sections which were supporting specific candidates and it was a raucous affair as some point. In attendance were personalities like the BBC's Sophie Ikenye and Salim Kikeke. Also at the venue was actor Mourad Sadat.