A Chwele/Kabuchai ward aspirant Simiyu Mutaki has urged Bungoma voters to again vote in the current governor Wycliffe Wangamati for he is a development oriented leader.
Speaking at Bilasio Catholic Church in Chwele during a funds drive, Mutaki stated that the style of changing leaders was denying the county a sole leader who can develop it.
“Let’s maintain one leader who will develop this county, this style of changing leaders every electioneering period was leaving unfinished projects hence turning out to be white elephants,” he said.
Mutaki who is the director of logistics in the county averred that Wangamati has done a lot of projects and if given an opportunity again Bungoma will develop very much.
“You have seen for yourself, he will soon complete the Sang’alo junction-Kanduyi dual carriageway, construction of the Kanduyi stadium is ongoing, he is developing the hospitals, he has paid schoolarship for over 2000 students and many more, why vote him out?” he posed.
Mutaki who is the closest buddy to youths in his ward says that if given an opportunity to lead them in 2022, they would have gotten the right leader.
“I am calling on Chwele/Kabuchai residents to elect me, I will ensure all the projects they want are initiated, a good leader listens to electorates and implements what they want,” he said.
Mutaki was accompanied by Vincent Maunda, Tobias Kalenda, chairperson Chwele Business Community Mr Ben and county Boda boda chairperson Alex Kisuya.
“Numbers 4:15 And when Aaron and his sons have finished covering the sanctuary and all the furnishings of the sanctuary,”The fundsdrive saw the church raise Ksh 324,000.
Hon Mutaki gave a personal contribution of Ksh 25,000, Tobias Kalenda Ksh 50,000, Vincent Maunda Ksh 57,000, Alex Kisuya Ksh 5,000, Ben Ksh 3,000.
Mutaki also asked the church leaders to pray for the nation amid political stalemate.
The church clergy assured to drum up their support behind Governor Wangamati and Simiyu Mutaki ahead of next year polls.