Mathioya MP hopeful urges youth to massively register as voters
Mathioya MP hopeful Edwin Mugo has called on youths to ensure that they are not left out in the ongoing voter registration that is set to come to an end on Wednesday next week.
Mugo, who spoke after being welcomed officially to the United Democratic Movement (UDA) by Deputy President William Ruto, said that the youth must be ready to vote in leaders who will address and represent their interests.
The youthful MP hopeful and a businessman who will be seeking to oust the incumbent Peter Kimari on a UDA ticket said that the youth have power to change the country's political narrative noting that they are the majority in the country.
"I urge our people and especially the youth to ensure that they are registered as voters so that they can vote in leaders of their choice and those who will address most of the problems that bedevil them including employment and social status elevation," he said.
While drumming support for UDA and the party's Presidential aspirant, William Ruto, Mugo said that the party will sweep seats across the country, quipping that the DP will win with a landslide victory.
"Kenyans are now enlightened and they know where their issues will be prioritized. They are aware of our pursuit to free them from the shackles of poverty by creating an environment where all people, especially from the lower class can make a decent income that will in turn uplift their living standards," Mugo said.
Caption: Mathioya MP hopeful Edwin Mugo is officially welcomed to UDA by Deputy President William Ruto at Karen, Nairobi.