William Ruto camps in Coast as Raila Odinga heads to Kisii

The one-month voter registration enters its last week today as politicians and the electoral agency strives to hit the six million new registered voters by February 14.

The various party leaders have been traversing the country in a desperate bid to encourage Kenyans to register, in the hope that those numbers will translate to votes in the August General Election. 

Raila Odinga, ODM leader

The Opposition chief will today tour Kisii County for a meeting with party aspirants for the various seats ahead of party primaries.

The meeting will be in Kisii town.

Mr Odinga will also use the chance to encourage the aspirants to lobby their supporters to enlist as voters. 

Deputy President William Ruto, Jubilee Party Deputy leader 

The Deputy President on Saturday started a five-day tour of the Coast and has so far visited Kilifi, Kwale and was in Mombasa County on Sunday.

He is today expected to continue his forays in the perceived opposition stronghold. 

The Wiper leader will today pitch tent in Nyamira County.

On Sunday, he was in Kisii County and asked his counterpart Mr Odinga to let him be the Nasa flag bearer.





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