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Wambua wants extension of mass voter registration

Kitui Senate seat aspirant Enoch Wambua addressing his last rally at Kabati trading centre  in Kitui west Constituency. /Musembi Nzengu
Kitui Senate seat aspirant Enoch Wambua addressing his last rally at Kabati trading centre in Kitui west Constituency. /Musembi Nzengu

Former journalist Enock Wambua, who is vying for Kitui senator, on Monday ended a nine-day campaign to mobilise residents to register as voters.

His caravan of branded vehicles left the Nyayo Stadium in Nairobi on February 5. Wambua toured all the eight subcounties. He said his decision was motivated by voter apathy. The former managing editor at Standard Group called for the extention of the mass registration for one week.

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