OKA leaders call for massive voter registration, promise to stick together

OKA leaders call for massive voter registration, promise to stick together

  • Mudavadi said voter apathy has been responsible for bad leadership and called on the thousands of youths without ID cards to register for the same and take up the voter’s card.
  • Kalonzo said the OKA administration will ensure all graft loopholes are sealed and that all that has been stolen and any wealth that has been fraudulently gotten will be returned.

One Kenya Alliance (OKA) leaders have urged Kenyans to register in big numbers to be able to participate in next year’s general elections and ensure OKA forms the next government.

Speaking on Tuesday in various stopovers in Makueni Country, OKA principals Musalia Mudavadi of Amani National Congress, Kalonzo Musyoka of Wiper party, Moses Wetangula (Ford Kenya), Cyrus Jirongo of UDP said the country can only get correct leadership if the public participate in the electioneering process.

KANU party leader Gideon Moi was represented by the party’s Executive Director George Wainaina.

At the same time, the principals said they will stick together and ensure one of them becomes President in 2022.

Mudavadi said voter apathy has been responsible for bad leadership and called on the thousands of youths without ID cards to register for the same and take up the voter’s card.

“There are millions of uncollected ID cards at chiefs’ offices. I call upon the many people who have not collected the same to do so and ensure they register as voters. That is the only way we can elect the leadership we deserve,” he said.

The leaders were speaking in various stopovers within the county as they campaigned for the Wiper Party candidate Eshio Mwaiwa for the October 4 Nguu/Masumba ward by-election.

The three main candidates for the by-election; Mwaiwa (Wiper), Daniel Musau of United Democratic Alliance (UDA) and Timothy Maneno, an independent candidate have intensified their campaigns crisscrossing villages with raft of goodies from their “masters”.

The seat fell vacant following the death of Harris Ngui in a road accident at Salama along the Mombasa Nairobi highway.

The leaders took a swipe at Deputy President William Ruto accusing him of propagating tribal politics and promoting ethnicity.

“During the first term of the Jubilee administration, Ruto shared the Cabinet with President Uhuru 50-50. While Uhuru filled his slots from across the country, his deputy filled the positions with his cronies and people from his community, is this the president we want?” posed Mr. Jirongo.

Kalonzo said the OKA administration will ensure all graft loopholes are sealed and that all that has been stolen and any wealth that has been fraudulently gotten will be returned.

“We shall ensure corruption is put to hold. All the ill-gotten wealth will be returned and we shall be able to offer free secondary education,” he said.

Kalonzo said the OKA administration will seek to grow the economy and ensure people live a dignified life and that jobs will be created.

Wetangula urged President Kenyatta to not compromise on the Kenyan territory despite the international Court decision.

He said the Kenyan government had signed an agreement with the Mogadishu administration concerning the disputed Maritime boundary when he was the Foreign Affairs minister.