Nyamira, Kenya, May 27-Businessman Urges Kitutu Masaba Residents to Make Wise Decisions When Choosing Leaders
Nakuru based businessman Robinas Makana has urged residents to make wise decisions when choosing leaders in the upcoming elections.
Speaking at a fundraising event for the completion of the construction of Riakworo SDA Church, where he represented Nakuru Town West MP Samuel Arama, who was the chief guest,Makana said that Kitutu Masaba is the largest constituency in Nyamira County with over 106,000 registered voters, but it is also the least developed.
“Our roads are pathetic, our health facilities are in a state of disrepair, and our schools are overcrowded,” he said. “This is unacceptable. We need leaders who will prioritize development and improve the lives of our people.”
Makana also criticized the County Assembly MCAs for their lack of focus. He said that instead of focusing on development, the MCAs are more interested in petty politics and the Keroka boundary dispute.
“The Keroka boundary dispute is not a priority for the Nyamira people at the moment,” he said. “Our priority should be development. We need leaders who will work together to improve the lives of our people.”
Makana urged residents to vote for leaders who have a proven track record of development. That the area mca Hon. Nyameiono should move swiftly and ensure that Gesima ward which is not represented in the County gets face-lift in matters infrastructure, lest he will be deemed a failure.
In the hour of reckoning, the electorates will use a score card to either renew his mandate or shove him off.
Makana on Gubernatorial Seat 2027
Nakuru Town West MP Samuel Arama has not declared his interest to vie for the Nyamira gubernatorial seat in 2027, according to his close ally Robinas Makana.
Makana said that the seat is currently occupied by Governor Amos Nyaribo and that Arama is focused on serving his constituents in Nakuru.
He added that Arama is just giving back to the society through paying fees for students who hail from poor backgrounds, clearing medical bills, and, his Corporate Social Responsibility initiative.