Jubilee Governor offers free Transport to All Voters

Here are the people who will benefit

According to the Murang’a Senator, the free transport will roll out on October 26 targeting more than 50, 000 Voters who live in Nairobi.

The cars ferrying voters to Murang’a  will  leave Nairobi at  5am  and will offer the services until  2 pm to enable them participate in the repeat polls.

He added that the program is aimed at initiating 100 per cent voter turnout in Murang’a county to ensure Uhuru Kenyatta.

“ I  was very much aggrieved by the Supreme Court ruling and to express my anger I will use my resources to provide transport for the residents who did not participate an August 8 general Election so that the Judges who nullified our win that we are tired of Raila Odinga” said Irungu Kangata who spoke to Nairobi News

The senator added that he will be in town to ensure that the free transport is offered to his people.

“By 5am I will be standing at Koinange stage in Nairobi where I will be paying all the passengers who will be travelling to Murang’a. Only passengers with ID cards will be offered the transport.” Said Irungu.

During the August election 70, 000 voters did not turn out to vote, while NASA  got 10, 000 votes.

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