Delays have been reported in various polling stations across the country, in some areas hitches in Electronic Voter Identification Devices have forced clerks to resort to using the manual registers.
In Muranga voters have expressed frustrations after the Electronic Voter Identification Devices malfunctioned at Vidhu Ramji secondary school polling station. Voter at the station were forced to wait for several hours as IEBC officials tried to repair the machine.
Similar delays have been reported in Isiolo town despite hundreds of voters turning up for the the exercise as early as 5.30 in the morning.
At Acacia polling station in Isiolo voting kicked off at 6.40 am but officials were forced use to manual register after the laptops failed to function causing delay and confusion among the clerks and presiding officers.
Meanwhile, Cord Presidential candidate Raila Odinga has cast his vote at Kibera primary school in Nairobi. Raila has said he is aware of hitches in various polling centres but he has been informed that the IEBC is sorting them out.