Residents of Matungulu west have been urged to take advantage of the mass voter registration exercise being conducted by IEBC and register as voters.
Area MCA aspirant Raphael Nzau Lucky observed that those without voters cards should ensure they register to have a say in the upcoming elections months away.
Lucky who spoke after attending the burial of Sheikh Ahmed at Nguluni said that a lot of youths have no identification cards.
That's not all they don't participate in voting during elections.
"A lot of our youths haven't taken identification cards and Voters' cards, I'm urging anyone eligible for voting to have these two important things as the general elections near," he said.
"You can only make a change by voting during elections because this way you can bring in the leadership you desire and do away with bad leaders. Let's know that bad leaders are put in power by those who don't vote,it's only 30 days let's come out in big numbers and register," he added.
The soft-spoken politician exuded confidence in winning the Matungulu west seat asserting that he has restrategised.
Lucky was the first runners-up in the last election where he has run on a Maendeleo Chapchap ticket.
Other aspirants seeking to unseat the incumbent Moffat Maitha include Fridah Wendo, Pius Wambua among others who are yet to declare interest.
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