Senate Speaker Kenneth Lusaka has pledged to return Bungoma County to the road of prosperity if elected Governor in the forthcoming General Election.

He said the current regime has failed to capitalize on strong devolution structures he established when he served as the first Governor of the county.

‘I have heard your cry; it is shocking the complaints are over the county. I am coming back to bring sanity in the administration of the county,” he said.

Lusaka said Bungoma has lagged behind in terms of development with the county hitting the headlines for all the wrong reasons. 

The Senate boss urged youth to register as voters in the upcoming second mass voter registration slated for January.

He was speaking on Saturday at Khamoto village, Maraka Ward, Webuye West Constituency, when he launched Wekesa Maruti Foundation.

The non-profit organization formed to commemorate the late Mzee Charles Wekesa Maruti, who passed on in August after he bravely fought prostate cancer.

Lusaka promised to partner with the foundation in the establishment of a health center in the area.

The Senate boss donated Sh100, 000 as seed capital as he urged the officials to embrace transparency and accountability if they want to get the foundation to the next level.

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