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David Ndii Says That Kenyan Youths Have A Big Impact In Kenyan Politics

David Ndii who is among the allies of Kenya kwanza today tweeted on his twitter page that Some of us wazees don’t seem to be alive to country’s demographics. Politics is a game of numbers, and Kenya is a very youthful country.

Mungai tweeted, "The question is how much influence do elders have on the youth regarding election choices. In 2013 & 17, many of my younger relatives who were newly registered voters came to me seeking advice on which way to vote. But, I am just one mzee. How many others are in my position?"

Ongera tweeted, "Chances of first time youth having been registered as voters is very minimal compared to those attending rallies & commenting or voting online. Chances of a youthful voter waking up, lining up to cast a vote in an election is less than 40%. But anyway, u're paid to propagate."

Brave tweeted, "The youths are frustrated, they are demoralised, they may attend rallies only for enjoyment and pass time, majority may not go to vote, majority also did not register as voters! you might be shocked with the turn out as it is likely to be out of your projection!"

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