Hon William Kabogo Gitau, who is the ex-Kiambu Governor, and also the party leader of 'Tujibebe Wakenya Party' has come out and urged kenyans to register as voters in large numbers. (Courtesy photo)
According to his recent post, he stated categorically that the right to vote is considered democracy's greatest good for every citizen.
Perhaps, he said an adult Kenyan should register as a voter and exercise his or her sovereign power at the ballot, and choose the right leaders.
It's remembered that several leaders from all political divide came out on Monday to remind the rest of Kenyans to register as voters as 2022 approaches.￼His post attracted several comments from Kenyans, majority of them thanked him for sensitising Kenyans on the importance of registering as a voter. Some promised to spread the message for many Kenyans to come in large numbers for mass registration.
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