Today has marked the fifth day since the voter registration process begun in the country. Kenyans have been urged to ensure that they register as voters so as to be in a position to make their decision in electing their leaders come 2022.
The Orange Democratic Movement, (ODM) party leader Raila Odinga has left his supports shouting his name not only but also from the locals. He has decided to lead by example to his allies and therefore, he has finally registered as a voter.
The former prime minister was today spotted taking a 'selfie' with one of diehard allies immediately he completed the registration process. By doing this, the Orange Democratic Movement party leader has clearly shown that he is ready and he is only waiting for the exact period to vote.
The ongoing process which commenced on Monday, 4th October, is set to take a good period of time so as to enable every Kenyan who has attained of 18 years and above and has an national Identity card, can register at any available place.
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