Nairobi a ghost city during elections

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Moi Avenue in Nairobi's CBD./Michael Mbugua

As elections gains momentum in the country, Nairobi remained a ghost city with less activities being witnessed.

The city which is always a bee of activities on a normal day, was turned to an empty space as most businesses were closed to pave way for voting exercise to be conducted across all polling stations in the county.

Parts of Moi avenue, Kimathi street, Tom Mboya and Muingu mbingu street were rendered empty.

Nairobi CBD

This is a clear indication that Kenyans have decided to exercise their democratic right by going to their various polling station and vote for their preferred candidates.

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