Daniel Moi casts his vote in Nakuru,urges Kenyans to keep peace
Former President Daniel Toroitich Arap Moi has today cast his vote at Kabarak University, Nakuru County.
Moi, the second President of Kenya, arrived at the polling centre around midday, hours after his son Senator Gideon Moi who is also the KANU national Chairman voted at Tandui primary school in Baringo County.
The former president urged Kenyans to keep peace.
The third president of Kenya Mwai Kibaki also voted at Munaini Primary School in Othaya constituency.
President Uhuru Kenyatta had earlier in the day voted in his Gatundu South Constituency, Kiambu County where he called for peace and stated that Kenyans have the right to exercise their democratic right to vote.
The president was accompanied by First Lady Margaret Kenyatta.
Daniel Toroitich Arap Moi is credited as the man who threw the young Uhuru to national politics back in 2002 when he declared him his successor.
The divisions after the endorsement would later see the formation of NARC that swept the polls by defeating Uhuru.
11 years later, Uhuru would ascend to the highest seat in the land and is seeking a second term under Jubilee.