Here are the candidates who opted to queue
Nairobi aspiring senator Johnson Sakaja seems to have redistributed his humility to queue after he did so during the party nominations.
Different candidates on Tuesday queued up with other Kenyans awaiting their turn to vote at different polling stations.
Their spouses too chose to wait on the line as opposed to being accorded VIP treatment at the polling stations.
First Lady Margaret Kenyatta was early morning pictured at St Mary’s in Lavington waiting in line to vote before leaving for Gatundu to accompany President Uhuru Kenyatta to his polling station at Mutomo Primary School.
— The First Lady Kenya (@FirstLadyKenya) August 8, 2017
Deputy President William Ruto too arrived at Kosachei Primary School in Turbo and waited in line for his turn to vote.
He urged Kenyans to respect the outcome of the election and shun violence.
— William Samoei Ruto, PhD. (@WilliamsRuto) August 8, 2017
In Mombasa, gubernatorial candidate Hassan Omar and his wife waited in line at Makadara grounds for their turn to vote.
— Peter Mwangangi (@PeteMwangangi) August 8, 2017
In Bomet, gubernatorial candidate Isaac Rutto queued at Chebaraa Primary School in Chepalungu.
Nakuru Senatorial candidate Susan Kihika too waited in line for her turn to vote at Ngomongo polling station in Bahati.
— Daily Nation (@dailynation) August 8, 2017