Imposing leaders on citizens will deprive them their democratic rights,says aspirant

Nakuru Town West Parliamentary aspirant Kariku Mwangi has said Jubilee party should not impose any leader on constituents saying the power to elect leaders rests with the people.

Kariku who was addressing media in Rhonda ward of Nakuru Town West said the election exercise is enshrined in the constitution and that the power to elect leaders rests with the common people.

“Let me state here that no candidate is preferred but the Nakuru residents will decide who will lead them come August polls. If this will happen then we shall be denied our democratic right” he said.

Kariku once again called on the residents of Nakuru to register as voters and vote in Jubilee Government in the August polls saying that will enable more development as witnessed in the last 4 years.

Addressing media in Rhonda ward of Nakuru Town West Constituency, Mwangi said the Jubilee Governmnet under the leadership of President Uhuru Kenyatta and his deputy William Ruto had done a lot in terms of service delivery and urged residents to give it a second term.

“If you elect Jubilee Governmnet for the second term be assured of more development as the records are clear” he said.

Speaking at the same forum, Nakuru Women Rep aspirant on Jubilee Ticket Gladys Kamuren appealed to women in society to ensure they vote in leaders of integrity come August.

She said women play a big role in society and if they make the wrong decision then the society will be affected greatly.

“As women, we have our slot and please let us ensure that we elect people of integrity, leaders who will unite us for a common goal of development” she said.

This comes even as IEBC is in the final week of Mass Voter registration exercise phase 2 with the Commission announcing new strategy of registering University students.