President Kenyatta and deputy William Ruto the two leaders continue with their trips acroos the country to urge kenyans to register as voters/FILE PHOTO
BY NAMULONGO PETER,NAIROBI,20TH JAN,2017-Party leaders have gone to their strongholds in renewed efforts to net as much fresh voters as possible within the 30 day registration period. Scattered all over the country, here are the itineraries of the various contestants and party leaders.
President Uhuru Kenyatta
The President will be in Isiolo and Nyeri today as he drums up support for Jubilee Party and for his second term in office. He is expected to lead voter registration exercises in these areas, meet the voters and make his submission to the for the re-election of his government.
His tour comes at a time when there simmering feelings of voter apathy in Central Kenya region after it emerged that there is low voter turnout at the registration centers in his strongholds.
CORD Leader Raila Odinga
Raila Odinga will be in Homa Bay today. The leader of Opposition will be meeting some of his strongest and most loyal supports as he calls on them to come out in large numbers and make his 2017 bid for State
House a reality. Mr Odinga yesterday met and addressed voters in Nyamira County where he assured voters that the Opposition has 11 million voters according to research done by the Opposition and assured them that this time he will win. It is expected that he will make similar pronouncements in Homa Bay too.
Deputy President William Ruto
The Deputy President will be travelling by road today as he meets voters and holds road-side meetings with aspirants and constituents in Bomet, Kericho and then Nandi. Known to be a fervent and robust campaigner, the DP will be making a case for Jubilee Party re-election among his core supporters. He is spearheading Rift Valley vote hunt as his co-principal, the president, works up Central Kenya and other Jubilee Party regions.
FORD-KENYA Leader Moses Wetang’ula
Moses Wetang’ula meets his constituents and aspirants from western region in Bungoma in an attempt to shore up the chances of Nasa acquiring as much votes as possible in the traditional Opposition stronghold.