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Millions of Kenyans have turned out to vote in the August General Elections at the approximately 46,000 polling locations nationwide for the candidates of their choice.
It is questionable whether the country’s relatively low voter turnout will increase by the end of the day, when more people will be expected to queue up to cast their votes for their preferred candidates.
Reports from the Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission state that a number of constituency and county elections have been postponed till a later time.
The Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission’s reliable statistics we have on hand this afternoon indicate that only about 6 million Kenyans have allegedly cast ballots thus far.
The Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission has stated that 6,567,869 voters have thus far decided not to take part in this year’s elections, much to the surprise of many Kenyans.
This goes against the 22 million Kenyans who have registered to vote, according to data from the Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission.
There is no information on the number of Kenyans who will actually cast ballots in this year’s general election, but this amount roughly corresponds to 30.66 percent of all eligible voters.