It was all smiles as Bumula’s son Jack Wanami Wamboka launched his inaugural health program targeting 300 households.
The event that took place at Kimatuni primary school attracted CS Eugene Wamalwa as chief Guest assisted by Busia Governor Sospeter Ojaamong and NHIF leadership.
During the event, Wamboka reiterated his issue based campaign platform pegged on four pillars of health, education, Empowerments and housing.
“I am a product of a humble background and I will always try to provide solutions to our people in all capacities,” said Wamboka.
The event also saw Wamboka pay full school fees to 50 vulnerable students from across Bumula.
He also donated 40 ironsheets to Kimatuni primary and Face masks to locals.
Wamboka reiterated his desire to change the lives of Bumula people through his campaign pillars.
On his part, Devolution CS Eugene Wamalwa contributed Sh200,000 to the program and 1,000 ironsheets for building houses to locals.
CS Wamalwa who was the chief Guest made it clear that he will continue reaching out to leaders of goodwill to locals so as to deliver solutions rather than lamentations.
“NHIF is a key driver of the UHC pillar of our Government’s big 4 agenda and such an initiative highly helps our people. I have been to Bumula as a true partner since 2013 because you gave us the first seat as New Ford Kenya party,” said Wamalwa
“I have brought iron sheets to help our people and schools previously but they didn’t reach the people. Today, I want to announce that through your son Wamboka, I have donated 1000 ironsheets to help build houses to vulnerable families in his ongoing Ondoa Nyasi initiative,” added Wamboka.
Governor Ojaamong gave a personal contribution of 60,000 while commissioner Alfted Khang’ati gave out Sh10,000.
Ojaamong who is a long time friend of Wamboka promised to walk with Wamboka to change Bumula as a good neighbour.
“I have known Wamboka for many years now and and I proof he has a good heart that will impact Bumula people. When he wins, busia will benefit as a good neighbor with connected infrastructure and shared resources,” said Ojaamong.
Khang’ati challenged Bumula people to make a different vote and elect leaders who make a difference in actions and not just shouting in funerals.
“For a very long time, Bumula has not had good representation because you elect leaders who speak more than they act,” he said.
Khang’ati added, “I know Wamboka as my friend who is very aggressive and with his ideas, he can change your lives, In 2022, make you vote count wisely and Bumula will be better,”.
Trans Nzoia County Assembly Speaker Joshua Werunga on his part asked Bumula to reward the consistency of Wamboka.
“He has consistently run his programs and has not to been swayed by sideshows politics that is enriching the current Mp at the expense of development and the people,”said Werunga.
Locals thronged the venue and lined up to welcome the all important delegation and goodies.
Earlier in the day, the Mp had tried to force police to block the meeting so that he can host his at Mateka but it fell on deaf ears as the Kimatuni health program was the only one allowed.