In the August 8 elections, the party believes, getting out the vote and charging the youth to vote will be the game-changer in its bid to secure a second term against a renewed onslaught from the Raila Odinga-led National Super Alliance (Nasa).


“A young person who joined campus in 2013 has never voted, using student statistics in universities, we have 6 million potential young voters who are elite and will vote not based on tribe but personal conviction,” Mr Keter said.

Mr Keter Thursday said all is set to get the youth to vote for President Kenyatta.

“Our job is to get as many young people as possible to show up and vote. We want to give them a reason to show up,” said Mr Keter.

He added: “We want to tell the youth what power means, so they can get fully involved.”

The convention will be addressed by Jubilee Party Secretary-General Raphael Tuju.

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