The Kenya politics have taken another route especially those eying to succeed President Uhuru Kenyatta. Among them is the KANU party leader Gideon Moi.
Even as this happens, the IEBC is continuing with the process of registering more voters. According to Independent Electoral Boundary Commission, it is targeting to register 6 million.
Eugene Wamalwa, who was today in Baringo county, encouraged the Baringo residents who are yet to register as voters to take action and register as voters. Wamalwa revealed that if they want Gideon Moi to be the president then they should register more votes in the county.
Wamalwa's statement came after the residents especially political leaders from the county who spoken before him praised the KANU leader Gideon Moi.
Here is the video of what Wamalwa said https://twitter.com/i/status/1447227925191921666
Just to remember, kenyans have one month to register as a voters. Therefore, let all who kenyans who are yet to register as voters to take action and register before the time collapses.
Remember, it is only when you have vote that you will determine the good leaders.
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