The 2022 Elections are near with less than one year left for the process which will take place on August 22.The Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission (IEBC) has now started to register new voters everywhere in the country.Many Politicians have urged their people to come in big numbers to take the voters ID especially in their strongholds.Today Mugirango South Mp Slyvanus Osoro has left the social media to a talkstill after telling his area residents that they must take voters ID in order to be given bursaries.
This statement has left many Kenyans angry who have went ahead to attack and blast him on social media.According to the constitution it is the right of Every Kenyan student to be given bursary without considering anything with voting.The Mp made the statement while attending an event in the area where he urged the people to register as Voters and drummed up support for the deputy president William Samoei Ruto.Down here are some of the reactions from the Angry Kenyans who could not hide their feelings.
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