The Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission recently launched a mass voters registration across the country in a bid to add more numbers of Kenyan voters to its basket. The exercise began on October 4th is set to last for one month. Political leaders have taken the initiative to sensitize and mobilize more Kenyans to register as new voters.
On the other hand, political figures have utilized this chance to drum up support for themselves and their bosses for the upcoming 2022 general elections. The majority of them have begun transversing different corners of the country in a bid to popularize themselves and their political parties to Kenyans.
This Sunday, Mombasa governor Ali Hassan Joho was in Nairobi county, Kawangware as he continues his voter registration campaign. The ODM deputy party leader was also on a mission to campaign for his party leader Raila Amolo Odinga who wants to succeed in president Uhuru Kenyatta next year.
While in his Nairobi tour, Joho urged Nairobians to vote for Raila Odinga come 2022. He urged them to reject other political alliances in favor of the Orange Democratic Movement. He also urged them to register in large numbers so that his party leader will clinch victory as early as possible.
Hassan Joho is currently serving his second and last term in office and has been also eying the top seat. He said he is ready to support Raila Odinga if possible come 2022.
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