Enthusiastic Jubilee supporters turned up in droves as they expressed their admiration for the Head of State.
Others were dressed in colorful regalia of the colors of the national flag as a way to symbolize their love for the country.
While showing up to cast his ballot at Mutomo polling station, President Kenyatta expressed his gratitude for the supporters who showed up to vote for him.
"Thank you very much, I pray that Kenya has a peaceful election and moving forward," he stated.
He was accompanied by First Lady Margaret Kenyatta.
[caption caption="Family dressed in National colors to vote on Thursday"][/caption]
He reiterated his stand of uniting the country after the fresh presidential election asking Kenyans not to interfere with the work of IEBC during the polls.
"It is the responsibility of whoever is elected to ensure unity among Kenyans. IEBC officials should be allowed to work peacefully.
"We cannot achieve our goals if we continue with tribal politics. We should be a nation that is led by issues," he stated.
Loyal Jubilee supporters declared their gift to the President was to cast their votes in his favor.
[caption caption="Man holding cake for President Uhuru Kenyatta "][/caption]
President Kenyatta acknowledged the birthday wishes and sent a thank you to the special message.
[caption caption="President Uhuru Kenyatta Tweet"][/caption]
[caption caption="Woman serving Birthday cake to voters in line"][/caption]
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