Hon. Moses Kuria, who is ailing, has made a passionate appeal to the youngsters to register as voters after seeing what the IEBC could have done.
Hon. Moses Kuria, a member of parliament from Gatundu South, who is now recovering from a surgery that put his life in jeopardy, has given an important message to Kenyan youths who have not yet registered to vote.
The Chama Cha Kazi party's head has urged young people to register as voters in large numbers so that they can vote in the forthcoming general elections.
Kuria has reminded adolescents that the fight for change can still be won by electing the proper leaders.
If he weren't in the current situation, the Gatundu lawmaker says he would have taken a more active role in encouraging young people to register.
His remarks follow the release of the Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission's weekly report, which revealed that the commission fell short of its weekly objective of 1.5 million voters, registering less than 250,000 new voters.
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