•The long queues associated with some polling stations were missing as voters trickled in their voting stations one by one.
•ACK stream one presiding officer Lydia Iminza said that only one voter had been assisted using her password after her finder prints failed to read.
Voter apathy marred Monday's governor elections in Kakamega county even though the exercise was peaceful
Low numbers of voters was evident across most polling stations in the county.
The long queues associated with some polling stations were absent as voters trickled in polling stations one at a time.
For instance at the Kakamega ACK nursery polling centre stream two, only 45 voters out of the 528 registered to cast their ballot at the ventre had voted by 8am.
There were no reported KIEMS kits failure across the county.
ACK stream one presiding officer Lydia Iminza said that only one voter had been identified using alphanumeric after the biometric system failed to read her thumb prints.
Lurambi Constituency Returning Officer Salim Abdalla said a number of voters had challenges of finger prints failing to read because of the chilly morning.
The gubernatorial race features ANC’s Cleophas Malala, Fernandes Barasa (ODM), Cyrus Jirongo (UDP), Samuel Omukoko (MDP), Suleiman Sumba (KANU), Michles Osundwa (Independent) and Optiso Otieno (Independent).
The election was postponed on August 9 following a mix-up in ballot printing.