Today, President Uhuru Kenyatta was in Sagana, Nyeri county where he met several leaders from Mount Kenya region, especially Kirinyaga county as Mashujaa Day Celebrations, which be held in Kirinyaga on 20th October nears.
After the meeting, President Uhuru Kenyatta took his time to speak to the locals who had gathered outside the Sagana Lodge to listen to him.
While talking to the residents in Kikuyu language,they told the Head of State that there are few voter registration centres in the area.
Uhuru replying in Kikuyu language, replied that he will ensure voting centers are availed in areaa especially where he made a stoppage.
He also asked Interior Cabinet Secretary Karanja Kibicho,to ensure such plans,to have enough voter registration centres are a success.
" I have heard you,we will have enough voter registration centres after the Mashujaa Day Celebrations.Karanja will ensure the plans for such centres are made," Uhuru said as the crowds cheers.
Here is the link to watch video of President Kenyatta talking in Kikuyu language.
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