- He was received by an electrified team of his supporters who escorted his motorcade to the premise.
- Odinga noted that he is confident he will win the polls as Kenyans ‘speak loudly in favor of democratic change’.
Raila Odinga, the Azimio la Umoja – One Kenya presidential flagbearer, has cast his vote at Old Kibra Primary School in Kibra constituency.
While making his entry to the polling station, Raila was surrounded with a mammoth of crowd, who blew vuvuzelas and whistles as his motorcade made entry to the premise.
The ODM boss walked into the polling station at around 10:30 am alongside his wife Mama Ida Odinga and part of his security team.
Polling clerks and officials guided him throughout the voting process and left immediately.
His wife Ida voted in a different stream but in the same polling station.
Earlier before leaving his home in Karen, Odinga noted that he is confident he will win the polls as Kenyans ‘speak loudly in favor of democratic change’.
“We’ve done our best in terms of campaigns. Now the ball is in the people’s court and I’m confident the people of Kenya are going to speak loudly in favour of democratic change,” he said.
Meanwhile his running mate candidate Martha Karua cast her vote early morning in Gichugu.
Raila’s top rival William Ruto and his running mate candidate Rigathi Gachagua already cast their votes in Sugoi and Mathira respectively.
His other opponent David Mwaure also cast his vote at Upperhill High School in Nairobi.
However the fourth contender George Wajackoyah of Roots party will have to wait as the station he was registered to cast his vote from announced a KIEMS kit failure and voters will have to wait until the matter is resolved.