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Blantyre Men's Nike HyperAdapt 1.0 Black White UK , May 20 (Xinhua) -- Millions of Malawians turned up at various polling stations on Tuesday to cast their votes to elect a president, lawmakers and local government leaders in the country's tripartite elections with no major hiccups.

Voters lined up at various polling stations as early as 5 a.m. in readiness for the voting process which kicked off an hour later in the country's fifth elections since the return to multiparty politics in 1994.

Twelve political party candidates are competing for the presidential seat with 193 parliament seats and 462 local government seats to be won.

Incumbent Joyce Banda of the governing People's Party (PP), who is facing stiff competition from mainly three candidates Men's Nike HyperAdapt 1.0 White Grey UK , was scheduled to cast her vote in her home town of Zomba east of Blantyre, the commercial capital, while the other three candidates were scheduled to cast their votes in their home towns as well.

According to the Malawi Electoral Commission (MEC) Men's Nike HyperAdapt 1.0 Olive Flak Black Orange UK , a body mandated to organize elections, the number of registered voters slightly decreased from 7, 537 Men's Nike Hyperadapt 1.0 JP Black White UK , 548 to 7, 470, 806 following a final voter verification exercise it conducted.

The electoral body further said a total of 24 million ballot papers were dispatched to all towns ahead of the elections Men's Nike Hyperadapt 1.0 JP Team Orange Black UK , according to local media.

At Saint Kizito Polling Station, long queues formed at various polling streams as voters waited patiently to cast their votes while those who had done so beamed with confidence about their preferred candidates emerging victorious.

John Nakutapa, a 20-year-old youth Men's Nike Hyperadapt 1.0 JP Casual Black Red UK , who had just cast his vote, told Xinhua in an interview that he was happy to have exercised his right to vote.

"I feel so good that I have voted. This is important because I know that the person I have voted for will develop the country," he said.

Robert Namulu Men's Nike Hyperadapt 1.0 White UK , another youth who had just cast his vote, said voting is a democratic right for citizens of Malawi and added that the country has many problems which require a visionary leader.

"We have so many problems in this country and our hope is that the people who are going to win will do everything possible to solve our problems," he added.

However Men's Nike Hyperadapt 1.0 JP Black Grey UK , some voters, who were in the queue complained of the slow voting process.

Some of the election monitors found monitoring the voting process old Xinhua that the polling station opened on time and that the voting process had been good with no major problems.

"Voting is going on well here. We started at 6 am and we hope to finish at 6 p.m.. So far there are no major problems and the voting is peaceful. We have every confidence that the elections will be free and fair," Erick Namatumbo Nike React Hyperdunk UK , one of the monitors told Xinhua.

Analysts have predicted a tough presidential race with an Afrobarometer survey published in the local media indicating that a presidential winner will emerge with about 30 percent of the votes.

Malawi uses the first-past-the post electoral system - meaning that a presidential winner with the most votes is declared winner and there is no provision for a run-off.

The electoral body has established a totaling center in Blantyre where all the results will be announced. Counting is expected to commence immediately when voting stops.

By Ben Ochieng

NAIROBI, April 21 (Xinhua) -- A former Kenyan international has said it is difficult for foreigner boxers to win against their opponents from the West on home soil due to biased officiating.

Njoka Ngandu told Xinhua in Nairobi that ring officials would declare non-Western boxers, predominantly African opponents, losers without batting an eyelid however glaring the discrepancy would appear.

"It is hard to win against boxers from the West on their home soil. Those foreign fighters who win their bouts apply the knock-out technique against their opponents for obvious reasons," he said on Thursday.

"I was once a victim of the Russians' dirty tricks when at 72kg, I was paired against a boxer who weighed 82kg," Ngandu revealed.

He said many Kenyan boxers have complained about the prejudice and usually have horrid tales to narrate when they arrive back home from overseas assignments.

Ngandu' s first time to step in the ring was in 1998 as a Novice in the lightweight category, although he did not achieve much in his debut outing.

The following year in 1989, he upped the ante and won the Novice title in the light welterweight category.

His career progressed steadily and he was called to the national team in 1991 where he joined as a welterweight and earned his first bout outside Kenya during the Brunner Urafika Cup against Uganda in Kampala and lost his match.

Ngandu says he suffered immensely from intransigent Kenyan boxing officials for championing for the welfare of boxers and for also questioning the misdeeds within boxing circles.

"For my efforts, I was dropped several times from the national team on flimsy grounds because the stubborn officials brooked no challenge to their high-handedness," he said.

"In 1992, I was supposed to travel with the national team to Denmark but was puzzlingly dropped on the day of travel," he cites as an example of the obstinacy of the officials.

"Between 1992 and 1997, I was not given a place in the national team, even though I was one of the best boxers during that period. That is when I said enough was enough and joined the paid ranks in 1998," he disclosed.

After he became too big for the regional professional bouts, Ngandu spread his wings to Europe where he had a series of bouts in Hungary, Russia, Germany, the Netherlands and Denmark among other countries where he registered mixed results.

He says the standards of boxing in Kenya have gone down following the demise of competition occasioned by the winding up of several community and institutional clubs; a scenario that. Cheap Jerseys Free Shipping   Cheap Jerseys   Cheap Authentic Jerseys   Cheap Jerseys China Wholesale   Cheap Soccer Jerseys   Cheap NCAA Football Jerseys   Cheap Soccer Jerseys China   Cheap Wholesale MLB Jerseys   Wholesale Football Jerseys   Cheap NBA Basketball Jerseys 

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