Ghana’s former president His Excellency John Dramani Mahama has expressed satisfaction on the turnout of Kenyans during Tuesday’s polls.
Speaking in an interview , John Mahama said “I’m impressed by the turnout. There are long queues here. It shows the enthusiasm people have to exercise their democratic right,” John Mahama, former Ghanaian president and chief Commonwealth election observer, said.
“There’s been no incident so far. Voting seems to be going smoothly. It is a good sign for Kenyan democracy,” he added.
To win the election outright, either presidential candidate must garner at least 50 percent of the votes, plus one.