Voting has started in Kenya after polling stations opened at 06:00 local time.
Voters started queueing up at the more than 46,000 poling stations across the country before voting started at 06:00 local time
Voters are choosing a new president as well as five other election races.
Deputy President William Ruto, one of the frontrunners for the presidency, has voted together with his wife at Kosachei Primary school in Kenya’s Rift valley region
Electio observers from the EU and other agencies are at the stations.
Polling stations will close at 17:00 local time and vote counting will begin soon after.
Voters are also due to choose MPs and governors, but these elections have been postponed in four areas due to errors on printed ballots.