•Kenyans had begun streaming in at the various polling stations as early as 3 or 4am.
•IEBC said they are finalising the process to start.
As Kenyans braved the chilly weather to queue and cast their votes, some polling stations were yet kick off the voting at 6am.
At Handampia Primary school Galole constituency Tana River county, voting was yet to start as early as 6.20am.
According to the IEBC regulations, voting is supposed to start at 6am.
However, Kenyans had begun streaming in at the various polling stations as early as 3am or 4am.
IEBC said they are finalising the process to start.
Some residents were becoming impatient.
Tana River Governor Dhadho Godhana is expected to vote in the polling station near his rural home about five kilometres from Hola town.
At Kinango Primary in Kwale county, voting had not started by6.20am.
The constituency has 2,523 registered voters.
There was also a delay delivering IEBC materials from the tallying centre.
Presiding officers and their teams waited to receive the ballot papers.
Samburu OCPD who is in charge of the election process Fredrick Ombaka has said the delays being experienced is due to lack of transport.
Lamu Fort polling station is also yet to open, despite arrival of ballot paper.
Residents still queuing to cast their ballot.
(Edited by V. Graham)