In a report via the Citizen, it has been established that Kisumu residents have launched voter sensitization ahead of mass registration which is slated on October 4th.
The organizers have informed that the move seeks to boost Raila’s 2022 State House bid informing that they are targeting schools and encouraging young people to get ID cards.
Earlier in September, Raila Odinga while he spoke in Omoche village Rangwe informed the people of Nyanza that they should know they cannot win the Presidency race by mere talks informing them on the need to register as voters if they want to be counted.
"You cannot win the presidential race by mere talk and without adequate votes. Let the youth in Nyanza take the issue of voter registration seriously, so we can go to war with a full army,” he said.
Homabay Senator Moses Kajwang also reacted by informing that “Let us put in place joint efforts in ensuring residents are registered as voters. These small seats are a minor issue."
With former Nairobi Governor Evans Kidero asking senior politicians from Nyanza to focus on wooing voters for Raila outside Nyanza instead of concentrating on Nyanza alone."
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