The 2017 General Election could be one of the most expensive elections in Kenya’s history going by what political leaders have planned to put in.
Former Prime Minister Raila Odinga has asked his supporters to contribute a whopping sh 300 million to help him in the voter registration exercise.
According to reports, the CORD leader has asked all the 24 CORD Governors to contribute sh 10.5 million each to help mobilize supporters to register as voters in order to boost his numbers ahead of 2017.
And that is not all, all the 135 CORD MPs have been asked to contribute sh300, 000 each, while the 700 MCAs will give sh 50, 000 each towards the same course.
Raila has also acquired a fleet of vehicles to move around the country to marshal his supporters to register, as well as a chopper for his campaigns.
Apart from Raila, ANC’s Presidential candidate, Musalia Mudavadi, is said to have also acquired 2 choppers for his campaigns.
President Uhuru Kenyatta and his Deputy, William Ruto, also have something in the pipeline for 2017.
The Kenyan DAILY POST