Gubernatorial Aspirant in Bungoma County Senate speaker Kenneth Lusaka has hinted through his official facebook page urging the residents of Bungoma County and Western region who are yet to register for the 2022 general election should do that in large numbers when IEBC starts the second round of mass voter registration next mont.
Here is what Senate speaker Kenneth Lusaka shared on his official facebook page about Western voters and Bungoma County!
"All eligible voters from Bungoma County and Western region who have not enlisted should turn up in large numbers when the Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission (IEBC) starts the second round of mass voter registration next month.
"By registering as voters the youth, who are the majority, will have a big and direct say in determining their future by electing leaders of their choice.
"This will also be the only way the famed numerical strength of the Luhya community will count during the next General Elections
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