•The voting did not happen on Tuesday due to delays in the arrival of ballot papers.
• Residents say they are worried that what happened yesterday will reoccur today
Voting is yet to start in Eldas, Wajir county, despite orders from Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission for the exercise to continue on Wednesday.
The voting did not happen on Tuesday due to delays in the arrival of ballot papers.
Residents were already on the queue early in the morning but no IEBC official or police officers were present.
On Tuesday, the residents anticipated to vote but because of the hindrances, they were directed to vote on Wednesday.
However, the officer in charge cleared the speculations that there were security problems, but said transportation of ballot boxes to polling stations was a major problem.
Residents say they are worried that what happened yesterday will reoccur today, and they will not be able to vote.
On Monday, at least two police officers were injured when al-Shabaab militants launched a motor attack on a police station in Wajir county.
Another group ambushed and burnt three vehicles and five motorcycles in coordinated attacks in the Konton area.
It was said the incidents were likely to affect the planned polls on August 9, police said.
Locals and police said a group of militants had invaded the area and launched attacks targeting security agents and locals.
The injured officers were evacuated to a nearby hospital for attention, police said.