One of Raila's political bedrocks in Nyanza Region, Homa Bay County, has gone to another level of seriousness in matters of voters registration which has now landed today three since the process began.
Already registered members of the society including elders have gone rough to those who are yet to do their registrations, forcing them to do so immediately without any delay.
They have gone ahead to shut down some daily business operations like fishing, Bodaboda operation, and even trade to allow everyone to acquire the voter registration card.
From the video shared above by Nation Television, the residents are heard urging other members of the society to do what needs to be done and ensure they get registered in large numbers to enable Raila to get more votes when the general election comes.
In this fishing industry, no one is allowed to access his fishing boat without a voter registration card. The same applies to traders and bodaboda operators where no customer or bodaboda Rider is allowed to carry a customer with no voter registration card.
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