Over 4.5 million Kenyans who are eighteen years are yet to register as voters even as voter registration exercise enters week three.Only partly 1.5 million have registered so far with the excercise expected to close in a few days to come.This is according to IEBC commissioners who have been conducting the process.
Leaders are calling for the youths to turn up in high numbers and be registered.All Kenyans have a right to vote and no one should violate that right.IEBC commissioners have now started their research on why youths are not turning up.Youths should take their voters card and be equipped so that they elect the leaders of their choice.
In many cases you find youths complaining that a certain leader is not working yet they could have participated and elected their leader of their own choice.Leaders of tomorrow please register as voters for a better future.The government is for the people and they are the ones who choose who to lead them.
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