Kenyans slapped on their jackets and scarves, and marched to the various polling station across the country to elect their new leaders.
The aerial shot immediately above is of a polling station in the Rift Valley town of Eldoret.
Earlier, before opening of polling at this polling station in Kisumu, Kenyan Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission (IEBC) officials made sure to check paperwork first.
People use the lights from their mobile phones to check names on the voters' roll at a polling station in Kibera.
In Kisumu, in the western part of the country, Kenyans were seen waiting in line to cast their ballot.
It's election day in Uganda's neighbour and voters got out of their beds earlier than the cocks could do their thing.
By as early as 6.00am East African time, voters were already at their respective polling stations waiting to cast their ballot.