Bunge La Wananchi in Kisumu chair has called on Residents to Cellebrate the current political happenings, showing Raila has high stakes in Winning 2022 Election, by coming out in large numbers to register as voters to boost Orange Democratic Movement, ODM leader Raila Odinga's chances of defeating Deputy President William Ruto. Talking in Kisumu, the members of Bunge La Wananchi said that what is happening today where their man is getting support from the incubent president has never happened to the region since Independence adding that they cannot hide their joy and happiness.
According to them they are calling on residents to come out and register as voters in the mass looming of voter registration set to kick off On Monday which will be conducted by Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission, IEBC.
The group also vowed to educate voters on the importance of registering as a voter and the benefits of voting. They promised to walk from one school to another registering all students who have not been registered as voters.
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