President Uhuru Kenyatta’s Jubilee Party has laid out a plan to ensure a massive number of voters register so as to beat the opposition CORD during the hotly contested election.
The party is targeting to raise voter numbers in its political bastion of Rift Valley and Central Kenya with several meetings lined up to drum up support for voters to register during the exercise which kicks off on Monday, January 16.
Uhuru’s party is targeting to have at least 4.9 million new voters from its two political strongholds.
Already, strategic meetings have begun with the Deputy President William Ruto holding a meeting with hundreds of aspirants and JP leaders from his Kalenjin community in his Karen office on Tuesday, January 10.
The politicians drawn from 11 counties were assured that the JP nomination will be fair and also asked to ensure they lobby to have as many Jubilee registered voters as possible.