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Kenya: Voters' views
Composite image (L-R): casting ballot, ink print, waiting to vote

Our panel of Kenyan voters share their voting experiences on election day.

Pauline Ngugi
Communications officer, 33
Nyeri town, Central province

"People are becoming more open-minded with their parliamentary choices"

Enid Okenye
University student, 18

"There are issues about rigging which is worrying and Raila Odinga is not even on the register"

Denis Onyango
Civil engineer, 37
Kisumu, Nyanza province

"There were many logistical problems and the organisation was not very smooth"

Trader, 49
Moyale, North-Eastern province

"In the history of this country, an election like this one has never be seen"

Grace Achieng Onyango
NGO worker, 36
Mtwapa, Coastal province

"I am going to spend this evening sitting in front of my television watching the results coming in"

Read their experiences and then click on the link below to respond to their comments and Have Your Say.

The readers' panel has been selected from as wide a cross-section as possible and may not be representative of wider public opinion.

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