A number of Kenyan registered voters are still undecided on whether to take part in the 7th August General Election or not, and if they do, who to vote for. Lillian Mbuthia, a registered voter in Nakuru County, is one of them but hopes to have made up her mind by the time of casting the ballot. In her #MyVoterStory, she highlights what she will be expecting from the elected leaders.
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