• Karua said that Kenyans have a chance to determine which direction the country will take.
• She called on Kenyans to show up overwhelmingly and exercise their civic duty.
Azimio la Umoja One Kenya presidential running mate Martha Karua has urged Kenyans to make their voices heard by voting.
Speaking shortly after casting her vote on Tuesday, Karua said that Kenyans have a chance to determine which direction the country will take.
"I have voted. It's our day to decide which direction our country will take... Make your voice heard," she said.
She was the first person to cast her vote at Mugumo primary polling station in Gichugu constituency.
Karua noted that she would have come early but was redirected from her initial polling station after her details were found missing.
She exuded confidence that the coalition will clinch victory in today's nation wide elections, saying that she has a good feeling about the outcome of the polls.
Karua termed this year's polls as distinct and as the year when Kenyan voices will be heard.
"There is real possibility that by this evening Kenyans will have decided which way and I have a good feeling about today," she said.
She called on Kenyans to show up overwhelmingly and exercise their civic duty.
Azimio la Umoja presidential candidate Raila Odinga will also cast his vote in Kibra at 10 am.