•"I am very disappointed, opinion polls have been saying I am leading with 2 per cent, why is it that in my stronghold I have not voted?" he posed
Roots party presidential candidate George Wajackoyah has protested after the KIEMs kit failed to identify him at his polling station.
Speaking to journalists shortly after he failed to vote, the presidential candidate expressed his dissatisfaction over the technical error.
"I am very disappointed, opinion polls have been saying I am leading with 2 per cent, why is it that in my stronghold I have not voted?" he posed
"I am told that Raila Odinga has voted, (Waihiga) Mwaure, (DP William) Ruto have voted and Wajackoyah has not," he lamented.
He said the IEBC officials should have tested the workability of the Kiems kits ahead of their deployment.
"Why Kakamega County, Matungu Sub County, what are these people afraid of... If I don't vote, does it mean votes will be counted or do they want us to go to court? I am not happy at all," he said.
Wajackoya's wife Meller Luchiri said they will be patient as IEBC sorted the technical error.
" We will remain calm until the end," she said.