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Here is where Kenya's top leaders voted at

Kenyans turned out in large numbers to exercise their democratic right to elect leaders of their choice.

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After a grueling campaign season, leaders too trooped in into various polling stations across the country from as early as 8am to cast their votes as well.

Mutomu Primary school

President uhuru Kenyatta who is seeking a second term in office cast his vote at Mutomu  primary school in his birthplace of Gatundu, Kiambu county shortly after 11:30 am.

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He was accompanied by his family including the First lady, Mama Ngina Kenyatta and two of his children.

After voting, he briefly spoke to the media and expressed confidence of re-election.

Olympic Primary school

Nasa flag bearer, Raila Odinga who is hoping to unseat president Uhuru Kenyatta, accompanied by his wife, Ida Odinga cast his vote at primary school, Kibra constituency.

Raila was the immediate former member of parliament of Kibera constituency before kibra was split.

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Before going to cast his vote, he had a short interview at his home where he urged Kenyans to go and vote in large numbers and expressed confidence in clinching the presidency and delivering Kenyans to Canaan.

Kosachei Primary school

The deputy president, William Ruto earlier today cast his vote at Kosachei primary school, Turbo constituency in Uasi Gishu County.

Tseikuru primary school

Nasa running mate, Kalonzo Musyoka earlier today cast his at Tseikuru  Primary school in Mwingi county.

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Mululu Primary school

The Head of the NASA Campaign Secretariat Musalia Mudavadi today cast his vote at Mululu Primary School, Sabatia constituency in Vihiga county.

Chebaraa Primary School

Bomet Governor, Isaac Ruto of Chama Cha Mashinani who is seeking re-election vote at 6am in Chebaraa Polling Station, Chepalungu

Namukhweya Primary School

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Moses Wetangula, the Ford Kenya Bungoma Senatorial earlier today cast his vote at Namukhweya Primary School.

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