Deputy President William Ruto has appealed to the youth to register as voters.
Speaking during a meeting with grassroot leaders from Trans-Mara and Emurua Dikirr in Kilgoris, Narok county, he said it is through the process that they can actively participate in the country’s decision-making.
The DP 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.
“Do not be bystanders. Register as a voter and rally behind a government that will define your destiny,” he said.
He was accompanied by MPs Johana Ng’eno, Gabriel Tongoyo, Soipan Tuya, David ole Sankok, Korei Lemein, Lemanken Aramat, Narok Deputy Governor Evalyn Aruasa and former Narok Senator Patrick Ntutu.
Others were Katoo ole Metito, Irungu Kang’ata, Rigathi Gachagua, Susan Kihika and Njuguna Wanjiku.
Dr Ruto said the Hustler Nation’s mission of forming a national political party that will unite and transform the country was unstoppable.
The MPs echoed Dr Ruto’s sentiments, with Aramat saying that leaders allied to Dr Ruto will not bow down to pressure from the Government.
Tongoyo said as leaders they will not give in to threats meted against them by their detractors.