They also said that he is a man of the people who will work for the betterment of the county.
Consequently,they demanded that the government pay them their bonus in July, instead of November as is currently the case.
The farmers, who spoke at Ensoko SDA Church on Sunday, said that they are tired of being shortchanged by the government.
“We have been waiting for our bonus for months now, and we are tired of being patient,” said one farmer. “We want the government to pay us our bonus in July, so that we can use the money to improve our livelihoods.”
The farmers also expressed their dissatisfaction with the current leadership in Nyamira County. They said that the leaders have done nothing to improve the lives of tea farmers in the county.
“The current leaders have abandoned us,” said another farmer. “They have done nothing to improve our lives, and they only care about themselves.”
The farmers called on the government to intervene and ensure that they are paid their bonus in July. They also called on the electorate to vote for leaders who will prioritize the interests of tea farmers in the next election.
Businessman Robinas Makana Urges Electorates to Be Careful in Making Decisions
Businessman Robinas Makana has urged the electorates in Nyamira County to be careful in making decisions during the next election.
Makana said that electing bad leaders leads to underdeveloped in the county and trickles down to villages.
“We need to be careful in making decisions during the next election,” said Makana. “We need to elect leaders who will work for the betterment of our county.”
Makana said that the current leadership in Nyamira County has failed to deliver on its promises.
He said that the county is still underdeveloped, and that the people are still living in poverty.
“We need to elect leaders who will change the narrative in Nyamira County,” said Makana. “We need to elect leaders who will work for the betterment of our people.”
Kepha Ooga Says Nakuru Town West MP Samuel Arama is a Son of Nyamira
Kepha Ooga, PA to former Rongai MP Raymond Moi, has said that Nakuru Town West MP Samuel Arama is a son of Nyamira.
Ooga said that Arama has assisted many people in society, and that he is a good leader.
“Arama is a son of Nyamira,” said Ooga. “He has assisted many people in society, and he is a good leader.”
Ooga said that Arama has been elected to three terms in Nakuru Town West Constituency, and that he is being reelected because of his track record.
“Arama has been elected to three terms in Nakuru Town West Constituency,” said Ooga. “He is being reelected because of his track record.”
Nyamira Residents Decry Non-Payment of ECD Teachers
Nyamira residents have decried the non-payment of ECD teachers who were employed by the county government.
The residents said that the teachers have not been paid for several months, and that they are struggling to make ends meet.
“We are struggling to make ends meet,” said one resident. “We have not been paid for several months, and we don’t know what to do.”
The residents called on the county government to pay the teachers their salaries immediately. They also called on the government to provide them with relief food.
Nakuru Town West Constituency CDF Manager Joshua Onduko Says Arama’s Assistance to Nyamira Residents is Not Political
Nakuru Town West Constituency CDF Manager Joshua Onduko has said that Hon Samuel Arama’s assistance to needy families in Nyamira is not political. Onduko said that Arama is a son of Nyamira, and that he is helping the people of his home county.
“Arama is a son of Nyamira,” said Onduko. “He is helping the people of his home county.”
Onduko said that Arama has been helping the people of Nyamira for many years, and that he will continue to do so. He said that Arama is a selfless leader who is committed