Amani National Congress leader Musalia Mudavadi raises concern over skewed implementation of presidential directive that national identity cards be issued within three days of application.

While welcoming the President Uhuru Kenyatta’s recent directive, Mudavadi however said that selective implementation to favor pro Jubilee Party regions will be opposed.

He said that the opposition was keenly monitoring the exercise to ensure that there was a level playing field ahead of the August general elections and urged civil servants not to be dragged into activities that will result into skewed electoral results.

The ANC leader was speaking at the Busia polytechnic grounds in Busia town during a rally to mobilise the residents to register as voters.

Mudavadi assured opposition supporters that the National Supper Alliance (NASA) was on course to ensure Jubilee leaders were vanquished from power.

“Time for naming the joint opposition presidential candidate is not yet. We will do so and the candidate will lead NASA to state house,” he said adding that if given opportunity, he will ensure the current ruling party is relegated to the opposition benches.

He however said he will support whoever will emerge the winner during the nomination process.

Mudavadi was flanked by the Orange Democratic Movement deputy chairman, Dr. Paul Otuoma who is also the Funyula MP.

Otuoma urged the residents who have not registered as voters to do so and at the same time challenged Busia leaders to unite and ensure that they realise the target of registering over 100,000 new voters.

Others present during the occasion were legislators John Bunyasi (Nambale), Alfred Agoi (Sabatia) and Yussuf Chanzu (Vihiga).