Political tension has continued building up as a result of what is happening in the voter registration process. The voter registration serves as a basic moment that will decide how voters will turn out for the 2022 elections across the country. As this happens, we were previously informed that Mt. Kenya is expecting the highest number of voters however, things seem to be falling apart.
This comes after recent statistics proved everything wrong after most people refusing to go for the registration process. This has been brought to attention after details emerged that very few are going to register. As a result, the Mt. Kenya MPs have been forced to call for a crisis meeting and plan on how to mobilize people.
“Now that we have the data, we are alive to that fact of what is needed of us. The numbers will pick next week. We will go to the ground and mobilise people to register,” Kanini Kega quoted.
Members of Parliament belonging to the Jubilee party have decided to organize a meeting where they will discuss how to save the situation on Thursday.
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