We demand the release of our journalists unjustly jailed in Egypt.
Empire examines the new scramble for Africa
05 Mar 2013 09:20 GMT
Press surround candidate Raila Odinga as he voted at the Kibera primary school
An IEBC official inks a voter\(***)s finger after he\(***)s cast his ballot.
Election observers from all of Kenya\(***)s political parties lined the walls of each classroom.
Presidential ballots at a tallying center in Kibera, a stronghold of candidate Raila Odinga.
Having waited in line for over six hours, a group of voters complained
to an IEBC official at the Kibera Primary School for delays in opening
Voters began queuing Sunday night at the Olympic primary school polling station in Kibera.
A voting queue In the Kangemi slum in the outskirts of Nairobi.
Voters queue at the Kibera primary school where presidential candidate Raila Odinga voted on Monday morning.
Election observers from each of Kenya\(***)s political parties oversaw each polling station.
Thousands waited in the dark outside the Olympic primary school for the polls to open on Monday morning at 6am.
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