Dr.Philip Munyao a politician in Matungulu during a past event(source. facebook)
Matungulu residents have been urged to ensure they register as voters in the mass voter registration exercise slated for next month.
The exercise will begin on 4th October and will take 30 days.
Matungulu based politician Dr.Philip Munyao told Opera news that those ages 18 years and over should ensure they register themselves as voters in a bid to have a voice during voting.
He observed that many youths were not registered voters in the country.
"Come out in big numbers and register yourselves as voters, I want to talk to the youths. Your vote will be your voice, you will use it to vote for that person who will look into your issues," he said.
"Do something different this time by registering so that we can remove bad leadership and vote in development-oriented leaders. Let's come out please," he added.
He observed that it was time politicians stopped misusing youths during campaigns and forgetting about them after being elected.
" During campaigns, youths are seen as tools for use and when elections are over they are nowhere to be seen we can only avoid this by registering," he said.
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