Kamama calls on youths to acquire IDs
03 October 2012, 12:39
The Higher Education Assistant Minister Asman Kamama yesterday appealed for peaceful coexistence among the various communities in Baringo so as to fully gain from the devolved system of government.
The Baringo East MP said the communities in the county should embrace each other and work together to improve on the socio-economic status of the residents.
The MP spoke after the peaceful conclusion of the United Republic Party grass root elections in Baringo county.
He said the county was endowed with natural resources that if exploited will uplift the welfare of the people.
Mr Kamama called on the youth to acquire Identity cards and be able to participate in the forthcoming election.
He said the electorate should elected transformative and performance based leaders who in return should be able to deliver effective service.
He said lauded the performance of the Eldoret North MP William Ruto saying the former Minister had a clear track record.
The legislator said majority of the party supporters were happy with the way the elections were conducted and pointed out that the exercise was free and fair.
Dr Daniel Tuitoek was elected the Baringo County chairman while Mr Moses Akeno was elected the secretary.
In Baringo East officials allied to Mr Kamama were elected to various posts.
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