Raila Amolo Odinga, the people's President has today toured Vihiga County in Western Kenya for his political advocacy and sensitization on voter registration. He urged the residents and the youth of above 18 years to turn out in large numbers to get registered as voters.
The former Prime Minister is still strong as matters politics is concern. His aim is to ensure many youths are sensitized to undertake the registration exercise which kicked on on 4th October. '' Baba" as is popularly known have a strategy of inviting as many citizens to his camp as the 2022 elections are around the corner. He is development driven and well oriented leader.
Raila's presidential ambition started long ago in the 80's during the late President Moi's era. This time around it seems his move is undeterred and his popularity in the country is gaining momentum day by day. This is clearly depicted by the overwhelming support by the mount Kenya elders and businessmen.
It is the citizens turn to take the vote and decide whom to vote for as their next president.Hon. Raila while in Vihiga emphasized the youth to take initiative and get identity cards as fast as possible to enable them get registered as voters. Their votes can either take ''Baba" to state house or retain him at the state he currently his. May his presidential ambition be fulfilled.
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