May 18, 2022

Leaders call on Kenyans to register as voters to secure their future

IEBC Chairman Wafula Chebukati

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Leaders have called on Kenyans to register as voters so that they can elect their leaders in the coming polls.
William Ruto (Deputy president) Kalonzo Musyoka (Wiper Leader) and Musalia Mudavadi (ANC) said that it was their democratic right to vote.
Kalonzo Musyoka said that Kenyans should use the 2022 polls to send political crooks home.
“You are the last line of defence for this country, do not be corrupted by Leaders with ill-gotten money,” Kalonzo said during a tour in Ukambani.
“Come out in large numbers to register as voters for their voice to be heard and decide good leadership that will prosper this Nation to greatness.”
Ruto said that it is a democratic right to vote in the country.
“The importance of registering as a voter makes you have the power on how you will be governed,” Ruto said.
Musalia added that the future of this country was in the hands of voters.
“I call everyone to come out in large numbers so that you can vote and secure your future,” Musalia said.
On Monday, IEBC launched voter registration exercise across the country. It is targeting 6 million voters ahead of the 2022 polls.
Chebukati exuded confidence that the commission would hit its target.
“We are hopeful that we shall achieve the targeted new number of registered voters using the limited resources we have been given for the next one month,” he said Chebukati at the event attended by other IEBC commissioners, foreign envoys and local politicians.

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