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π‘Όπ’π’Šπ’•e For The Sake Of Development, Lusaka Urges π‘΄π’–π’π’†π’Žπ’ƒπ’† 𝑳𝒆𝒂𝒅𝒆𝒓𝒔

By Governor Lusaka Press Unit

Bungoma Governor Kenneth Lusaka has called on Mulembe nation leaders to set aside political differences and focus on empowering their constituents.

Speaking at a church service in Dahiro Catholic Church, Busia County, followed by a fundraising event, Lusaka emphasized the need to move beyond politicking and deliver tangible results.

Lusaka urged Mulembe leaders to unite and work together, transcending party affiliations to foster regional development.

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Governors Ken Lusaka (Right) and his Kakamega counterpart Fernandez Barasa

β€œOnce you win elections, you forget about party rivalry and join hands to focus on development,” he stated.

He criticized attempts to divide the Luhya people along tribal lines, labeling such efforts as unnecessary.

He advocated for the community to leverage its significant numbers to negotiate effectively for national resources.

Lusaka also highlighted the collaborative efforts of Western Region governors with the Kenya Kwanza government to spur development, noting that the national government controls 85 percent of the development budget.

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β€œWe must align ourselves with the current government to secure development benefits for our people,” Lusaka remarked, citing Bungoma County’s substantial gains from this alignment.

Leaders present included governors Paul Otuoma-Busia, Wilber Otichilo- Vihiga, Fernandez Barasa-Kakamega, MPs Wilberforce Mudenyo-Funyula and Joseph Oyula-Butula among others.

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