Senate speaker Kenneth Lusaka has donated hospital equipment to Ndalu dispensary in Tongaren sub-county,Bungoma county.
Lusaka received a warm reception by the residents of Ndalu applauding his good will asking him to come back and continue the good work he had started during his first regime as Bungoma governor.
The hospital equipment donation worth Ksh 2 million include; Incubators that will help save preterm babies,Double-suction pump for comprehensive chest diagnostic,Delivery beds for the maternity wing,Digital weighing scale and 60 hospital blankets.
Addressing residents at Wanjia grounds in Ndalu Lusaka assured them that his second coming will see the completion of all his unfinished projects that the incumbent has failed to accomplish.
“I had initiated a lot of projects during my governance as the first governor of Bungoma,projects which have never been completed by the incumbent with claims that they aren’t his.I today assure you that I am coming back to take Bungoma back to it’s lost glory through development,” Said the Senate speaker.
Lusaka noted that if elected come August,he will enhance a good relationship with friendly donors who are willing to push the county’s development forward.
“Today’s donation is courtesy of sport pesa Kenya through me,and when I take back governance of this county in August 9th,I will encourage such friendly donners who have a vision of empowering the people of this county through such donations,”Said Lusaka.
He further strongly castigated the move by some leaders to interfer in development projects and donations that are meant to uplift the common mwananchi.
“I hear there are some leaders who had organized to come and ruin this function,I want to tell them to stop interfering in the good will of us who want to empower the common mwananchi,”he lamented,urging leaders to make use of devolution to the benefit of the people who elected them to office.
Lusaka is aiming to re-cupture his seat in the August polls on the Ford Kenya ticket.He lost to the incumbent Wycliffe Wangamati in the 2017 general elections.
Other candidates eying the Bungoma governorship include the sitting governor Wycliffe Wangamati running on the DAP-K ticket and business man Zacharia Barasa as an independent candidate who have been advised to get ready for a tough battle on the August 9th elections.