One of the Bungoma County Women Representative aspirant has come out to clear her name over shortage of water in Bungoma town and its environs.
Madam Rebecca Nafula Masibayi has distanced herself from the claims that she still works as the Nzowasco board of directors chairperson and lack of the essential commodity squarely falls on her feet.
“I want to tell those peddling unsubstantiated rumours that am nolonger working with Nzowasco, I tendered my resignation before February 9 in line with the IEBC requirement that all civil servants to resign if they are seeking for elective seats,” she said.
Speaking to this writer in Bungoma town, Masibayi called on those peddling rumours about Nzowasco issues to look for some other propaganda to unleash or else she is in the race to the end.
“I resigned both as the Nzowasco board chairperson and as a teacher, I am now concentrating in my campaigns across the county, let those questions be directed to the authority in place now” she said.
Bungoma town and its environs has been face acute shortage of water hence enriching water vendors who are selling the essential commodity expensively where a 20 litre Jerrycan is retailing at Sh20.
Masibayi is vying on United Democratic Alliance (UDA) associated with the deputy President William Ruto and will e battling out at the nomination stage with Nancy Kibaba and Maria Nato.
The seat currently occupied Catherine Wambilianga (FK)has also attracted former County Mp Reginlada Wanyonyi (DAP-K) among others.