Election day

March 4, 2013
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March 4th was welcomed with vuvuzela ,with supporters of either side were sing as atool to inform there fellows .
The response was marvelous as compared with the previous general elections, which indicate that Kenyans were really out for a change. The multitude was witnessed by large stretch of queues all over the poling stations within mathare constituency. The government ensured tight security with regular police, provincial administration, GSU,policeKenyan prison, and NYS.there was also aerial surveillance with regular rounds of police chopper which indicated that security was beefed up. There were no serious matter reported from either sides or any group which was reported to have chaos of any nature.
We also acknowledge the IEBC for the job well done as compared with to previous commissions which were blamed in for causing chaos.

As at now the polling stations are closed and the voting process has come to a standstill and voter counting is going to begin very soon.mathare line

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  1. Election Day in Mathare, Tense but Complete on March 5, 2013 at 1:57 am

    […] # The response was marvelous as compared with the previous general elections, which indicate that Kenyans were really out for a change. The multitude was witnessed by large stretch of queues all over the poling stations within mathare constituency. The government ensured tight security with regular police, provincial administration, GSU, Kenyan prison, and NYS.there was also aerial surveillance with regular rounds of police chopper which indicated that security was beefed up. There were no serious matter reported from either sides or any group which was reported to have chaos of any nature. […]

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