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Politician Embarks On A Door To Door Campaign To Sensitize People To Register As Voters


An aspiring politician in Embakasi East has embarked on a door to door campaign to sensitize Kenyans to register as voters.

Allan Oremo who is vying for the Embakasi ward seat has also challenged his fellow politicians to get out and encourage people to register as voters.

“I am calling on all sitting and aspiring leaders to take the bulls by its horns and start sensitizing people on the importance of voter registration. They should do it hands on in order to ensure that the targeted number is reached,” said Oremo.

Oremo has also hired various boda boda operators to ferry people to various polling stations to register as voters.

According to Oremo, many people are unable to register as voters due to lack of access of the voter registration centers.

Omar Fadhili a boda boda rider says that on Monday alone he had helped transport more than 300 people to registration centers to register as voters.

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“Allan Oremo is paying me to do this. I think his strategy is working since I have been able to transport many boda boda operators,” said Omar.

The Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission launched the second phase of voter registration exercise on Monday.

IEBC Chairman Wafula Chebukati says that this time round they are targeting at least 4.2 Million people.

The exercise is set to end on the 6th of February.