Bungoma County governor Kenneth Lusaka has urged Mulembe leaders to begin rallying residents to register as voters even as they champion for the unity of the region.
Speaking in Shinyalu, Kakamega county, Lusaka said as leaders they should engage residents more and urge them to register to have a strong bargaining power in the next general election.
“I want to call upon my fellow Luhya to register in large numbers as voters this will help us to have a high bargaining power during the forthcoming 2027 general elections,” said Lusaka.
Lusaka used the opportunity to thank President William Ruto for the development projects that he recently launched in Bungoma and across the western region.
National Assembly Speaker, Moses Wetangula, Prime Cabinet Secretary Musalia Mudavadi, a host of Members of Parliament, MCAs and other elected leaders were present.