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Leaders point fingers over poor turnout in Kakamega

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By John Shilitsa and Alex Wakhisi | February 6th 2017
Kakamega governor Wycliffe Oparanya. (Photo: Collins Oduor/Standard)

Jubilee and Opposition leaders in Kakamega County are blaming each other for the low turn-out in the ongoing voter registration exercise.

ODM's Wycliffe Oparanya  accused Jubilee MPs of failing to mobilise locals to register as voters as the Government-allied legislators faulted the Opposition for allegedly shunning the exercise. "Jubilee leaders in the county are not aggressive," Mr Oparanya said.

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