State House Chief of Staff Nzioka Waita has urged Kenyan youth to shout their political future by registering as voters.
Nzioka said the youth is the determinant factor on leadership and must register as voters massively to stake the claim.
In a tweet widely shared on social media, Nzioka said the youth can no longer de deployed as political cannon fodder…but as the influencers of their destiny.
"Kenyan youth are now at the center of the national discourse, you have 2 choices 1) sit back & be used as political cannon fodder or 2) go out & register to vote & positively influence what your leaders do for you, from MCA to State House! better still, stand for elective office!!" -- Nzioka Waita remarked.
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The Statehouse technocrat who was picked to save Kenya Power from imminent collapse is among a host of leaders calling on Kenyans to register as voters.
As per data from the IEBC, less than 10 percent of Kenyans have turned out to register, out of the targets by the electoral body.
The mass voter registration that begun on October 4th, is expected to be completed by November 2021.
*This article was written by Henry Kimoli for Uzalendo News. Email: email@example.com to submit your story.