Jubilee nominations in Naivasha were marked peacefully as security in and around the lakeside town intensified with prison warders joining in the patrols.
Unlike last week when the exercise started late, ballot equipments arrived at the tallying hall at Naivasha Boarding Primary school by 3am before they were distributed to polling centers.
There were however tens of cases of names missing from the Jubilee register but this was sorted out through the use of identity cards.
While casting his vote, Nakuru gubernatorial aspirant John Njenga Mututho was full of praise for the exercise terming it as free and fair.
Addressing the press at Milimani primary school where he casted his vote, Mututho said that no major anomaly had been reported in the county.
“In want to thank the Jubilee elections boards for this exercise which is very fair compared to last week and we hope that it will end smoothly,” he said.
Mututho praised the move to allow those missing from the list to use their identity cards adding that many could have been locked out.
He was however quick to revisit last week exercise adding that those who tried to rig the elections should face the law.
“We cannot forget what happened last week and we are calling on the party after the elections to take the necessary disciplinary measures,” he said.
The sentiments were echoed by Naivasha parliamentary aspirant Rebo Ngure who praised the voters for being orderly and peaceful.