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Nairobi Governor Evans Kidero has said that he is ready to take on the Jubilee candidate that will win in the nominations.Kidero said that he has done a lot for the Nairobi county residents and he need another term in office so that he can finish the projects that he started.

Speaking on Monday to the media Mr. Kidero said that he is so optimistic that his development track record will give him an upper hand against his opponents.

On a lighter, not the Nairobi governor said that the count government has helped the IEBC in ensuring that ghost workers don’t come out to vote in the forthcoming general election.

According to him, he has made this possible because he met the Nairobi county council askaris’ and he has instructed them to ensure that all the cemeteries in Nairobi are well fenced to ensure that no ghost comes from the cemeteries to vote.

With few months remaining to the general election, the IEBC is facing a lot of challenges concerning voter registration, distribution of BVR kits among others.

Some of the politicians think that IEBC IS not well prepared to oversee the election process.IEBC had early on asked politician to push for the mass registration of voters so that they hit their 20 million voters.

Meanwhile, politicians from both political divides have urged the IEBC to ensure that they do their best to rectify the mistakes that are being experienced with the voter register.