Ngatia Takes Voter Registration Drive to Universities
Nairobi gubernatorial aspirant Richard Ngatia has taken the voter registration drive to universities and today the Kenya National Chamber of Commerce and Industry boss hosted over 3000 students from different universities urging them to register.
Ngatia told the students that their life can only change if they have votes and elect leaders keen on development.
“It was deliberate to have you in this meeting because you are the future of this country,you must be part of decision making team, to lead you must be a leader and that’s why am asking all of you to come and register as voters….those who have not picked their Identification cards from different offices please do so.” Ngatia said.
“let’s start with 500 people those can bring another 200 people ,that number to bring another 100 people am telling you all of us will register as voters so that you have a say at the ballot.” He added.
Students leader Antony Manyara asked his fellow comrades to support Ngatia terming him as visionary leader with vast experience in matters development and governance.
“You know our challenges from HELB to security,we are also facing unemployment but am promising you with Ngatia on board everything shall be okay you will have more jobs among other benefits,” Manyara told his colleagues.