Following Raila Odinga’s large protest at Thika Stadium, Deputy President William Ruto organized a large rally at the Jacaranda Ground. Despite the fact that everything was in place and the rally got off to a good start, it did not end well when boisterous youngsters flung stones, causing the police to fire teargas to calm things down.
That has sparked a lot of discussion among Kenyans, and in the thick of it all, Johnson Sakaja has broken his silence with a powerful message to Kenyans. The Nairobi county senator stated as he invited Kenyans to register as voters in the second mass voter registration operation, according to Nation Politics.
The upcoming mass voter registration exercise will be the final one, and individuals who are locked out this time will not be able to exercise their right to vote in the general election in August. It will not only be a defeat for their team, but also for their selected leaders.