The Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission under the leadership of Wafula Chebukati has rolled out a national exercise where all Kenyans who have attained eighteen years and above are supposed to register. Voter registration is an exercise where Kenyans will be able to exercise their democracy.
However, most areas and regions have been receiving low turn out. All political leaders have come up openly to urge Kenyans to register so that they can choose the right leader.
Simba Arati (Photo courtesy)
Amid this exercise, the Orange Democratic Movement ally, Dagorett North Member of Parliament has emerged with a powerful way to call upon Kenyans to register. As reported by Africa Nation news, MP Simba Arati has promised Kenyans to get a soda after a new voter is registered.
This move has sparked reactions from Kenyans as they compare his statement from the hustler's slogan of the wheelbarrow. The majority of them wished Arati could giving them a wheelbarrow rather than Soda.
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