Political temperature is on the peak as various candidates tirelessly transverse across the country to popularize their candidature.
Creativity is the way to go,this has been particularly witnessed in Odinga's camp,where he has managed to change the tune in incorporating youths on his campaigns and promising to work with them in his government.
However, tactical move has been envisaged by Gatundu south member of parliament hon Moses Kuria, who has deployed another quick response in order to neutralize Odinga's glowing influence by youths and to welcome youth leadership to his camp.
Kuria categorically reiterated, that MCA post will be squarely reserved for youths and no one above the age of fourty five years old will be legible to vie under Chama Cha Kazi ticket,for member of county assembly position.
These takes shape with ongoing mass voter registration exercise that commenced in the last one week, though low turnout is experienced,with only less than two hundred and thirty days to general election as stipulated in the IEBC calendar.
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