While on queue waiting for her turn to cast her vote for the candidate she likes in the general elections, a Kenyan lady, Paulina Chemanang reportedly gave birth to a baby girl.
According to stood Paulina, she was okay when she left very early to the polling station in remote West Pokot country, she told local radio Capital FM. “I had no labour pains, and they just came as soon as I arrived here. I was not feeling anything since yesterday,” she said.
Shortly after she arrived, she went into labour, and, with the assistance of bystanders, gave birth to a baby girl while still at the polling station. After a trip to a local health clinic, she returned and cast her ballot.
“Now I am happy, because I have given birth and I have voted,” she told the radio station. “Having given birth at a polling station is a blessing to me and I thank God.”
Kenyans are voting in six elections, including a too-close-to-call race between President Uhuru Kenyatta, who is seeking a second term, and longtime opposition leader Raila Odinga.
via: INFORMATION NIGERIA