Kilome legislator urges residents to turn out in large numbers to register


Eng. Nzambia spoke on Sunday during the launch of launched Hon TK Nzambia  Tournament at Enzai play ground

Kilome MP speaking during the launch at Enzai playground
TEAMS: The legislator maintained that he is committed to nurturing and growing talents for a better future.
Eng. Nzambia spoke on Sunday during the launch of launched Hon TK Nzambia Tournament at Enzai play ground
The MP rallied residents to come out in large numbers and register as voters.
Eng. Nzambia appealed to the youth to register as voters.

 By Cornelius Kimbui

Kilome MP Eng. TK Nzambia has rallied residents to come out in large numbers and register as voters.

“I implore the people of Kilome and Ukambani as a whole to register to vote. Don’t you think our leader Kalonzo Musyoka will be the next president if those who qualify fail to register.We must join hands and support him” he said

He appealed to the youth to register as voters.

The youthful MP said it is through the process that they can actively participate in the country’s decision-making.

Eng. Nzambia told the youth that their voter’s cards will give them the authority to put in place a government that will address their issues and aspirations.

Last week, Kenya’s election commission kicked off a 30-day voter registration exercise as it prepares to conduct Kenya’s 2022 general elections.

Speaking to the media in the Nakuru county where the exercise was launched, Wafula Chebukati, head of the Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission (IEBC), urged Kenyans to turn up in large numbers to get registered as the commission is targeting to register over 6 million new voters.

Across the country, new voters queued to get registered at many centers set up by the commission that also targets registering those Kenyans in the diaspora.

In Kenya’s 2017 elections, IEBC records show that the country had over 19 million voters. According to official figures, the country has a population of over 53.7 million, with the majority being the youth.

Eng. Nzambia spoke on Sunday during the launch of  Hon TK Nzambia  Tournament at Enzai play ground

The legislator maintained that he is committed to nurturing and growing talents for a better future.
He said the tournament is aimed at boosting talent growth.

Eng. Nzambia added that  residents will have an opportune time to interact, network and exchange ideas as we end the year in style,” Eng.Nzambia noted..
“The tournament is meant to keep our youths  busy . I personally will be attending the matches,” he added.
Said Eng. Nzambia, we are scouting for talent and we want to see you young people use your talents for the betterment of the great Kilome constituency . We don’t want you to engage in any sort of crime, that is why we are making such arrangements as this to keep you off trouble.”


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