Deputy President, William Ruto, and opposition leader, Raila Odinga, are going head to head for the presidency. eNCA correspondent, Isabel Nakirya discussed the elections with eNCA's Rofhiwa Madzena. Courtesy of #DStv403
NAIROBI - Kenya voted for a new president on Tuesday after almost a decade under Uhuru Kenyatta's rule.
Four candidates are vying for power but the front-runners are Deputy President William Ruto and veteran opposition leader, Raila Odinga.
More than 22 million people registered to vote in an election taking place against a backdrop of soaring food and fuel prices and a punishing drought that has left millions hungry.
There is also a deep disappointment with the political elite, particularly among the youth.