Raila's Team Advertises 40,000 Jobs

Applicants have been requested to register for the jobs online.

NASA has asked its supporters to apply for the position of election agents to take part in the electoral exercise.

The coalition is planning to have its agents in all of the country's 40, 883 polling stations in a bid to secure their votes and ensure their leader becomes Kenya's 5th president.

Applicants wishing to apply for the positions are requested to do so through the website under the volunteer section titled, "volunteer jeshi ya baba".

"Thank-You to everyone who has volunteered to become an agent. Your contribution is very much appreciated by the NASA Coalition," the website reads.

Last week the NASA presidential candidate Raila Odinga appealed for financial support from his supporters in a bid to facilitate campaigns for the opposition ahead of the repeat polls.

“Every coin that is contributed will count. Contribute Sh10, Sh100, Sh1000, Sh1m, whatever you can afford, every cent matters in this exercise,” said Raila.

Nasa shared a paybill number through which its supporters can contribute to facilitate its campaigns for the fresh presidential polls ordered by the Supreme Court.

He added that the appeal for financial assistance from Nasa supporters is a continuation of the opposition’s quest for electoral justice.

“We want every Kenyan to be part of this historic journey. The fund we are launching today is another step on the long road to reclaim our country from fraudsters, election thieves and election authoritarianism," Odinga stated.

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