Murang’a leaders asked to emulate Michuki
29 July 2016, 15:13
Nairobi - Kigumo MP Jamleck Kamau has asked leaders from Murang’a County to emulate the late John Michuki’s development track record.
Speaking in Kangema when he helped raise close to KES 1.5 million for the construction of an administration block, a class room and a dormitory in Nyakahura Secondary school, Kamau said the late cabinet minister had initiated several projects in Murang’a and countrywide.
Kamau said the late Michuki was focused and determined to achieve goals that benefited Kenyans.
He said the former Kangema MP had left a positive impact in all the ministries he served which were acknowledged and appreciated by all Kenyans.
Kamau warned local leaders against engaging in divisive politics, saying the trend may deny residents access to crucial services.
Kamau who is eyeing the Murang’a gubernatorial seat called for mature politics, urging other aspirants in the area to conduct peaceful campaigns.
He also called for political tolerance saying aspirants should embrace one another as competition is not enmity.
On education, Kamau asked all stakeholders to create an enabling learning environment in schools as an incentive to enable students perform better academically.
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