For Jane Mbithe, a Mathare resident, the rising cost of living which has seen the price of the commodities she sells at her small business rise, has convinced her that her vote is her ultimate weapon; the one thing she can hold on to and use to be heard by the government of the day. She’s taken bribes before but in this upcoming election, like in 2013, she won’t be taking anybody’s bribe in order to vote.
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