KENYAN WOMAN GIVES BIRTH WHILE WAITING TO VOTE
Nairobi, Kenya - Some Kenyans braced long queues, others rain and chilly weather, but one woman gave birth on Tuesday while in line to vote in general elections and still made sure to vote.
A heavily pregnant Paulina Chemanang was feeling fine as she left to vote early at a polling station in remote West Pokot country, she told local radio Capital FM.
She then 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.