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Mudavadi Wants Kibra Residents Accorded A Holiday On 7th November


Amani National Congress Leader Musalia Mudavadi has appealed to employers to give an off day to Kibra constituency residents on the 7th of November to enable them cast their votes.

Mudavadi says that voting is a constitutional right and that no one should be denied the right.

He says that by being allowed to vote, Kibra residents will have an opportunity choose their leader.

“The exercise is very important to the people of Kibra, and so all employers be it those in industrial area or in the CBD, we are appealing to them to allow their employees not to go to work and let them cast their votes,” said Mudavadi.

Mudavadi further dismissed all the other 24 candidates vying for the seat saying no one qualifies ANC candidate Eliud Owalo.