4 January 2013

Kenya: Nyali Aspirant Urges Youth Sobriety in Poll

NYALI parliamentary aspirant John Mburu has asked the youth to be sober during the campaign period so that they are not used to cause chaos. Mburu, who is gunning the newly created seat on a TNA ticket, said the youth are vulnerable to rogue politicians.

Speaking while campaigning in Mkomani, the Jubilee alliance candidate said it was time that the youth rejected politicians inciting them to violence and instead take charge of their future through voting in large numbers.

"We are urging the youth to take advantage of their numbers and participate in the process through voting focused and visionary leaders so that development can be realized in this region," said Mburu.

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