Wanyonyi vows to protect Westlands against land grabbing

Westlands MP Tim Wanyonyi has vowed to fight and defend the land of his constituents from being stolen.

Speaking during a Sunday service at PAG church in Kangemi, he said he will ensure that all land issues are addressed within the laws.

Through laws, he said, no one can be able to steal anyone’s land and those found will be made to face the full wrath of the law.

“The school that the servant of God has said earlier, we will fight for its right so that the thief who wants to steal its property will not be successful under the law,” he said as he assured the congregants of his commitment to protect institutions in the constituency.

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He said all property of institutions like the church should be protected and made to remain under the institution’s ownership.

He at the same time urged his supporters to re-elect him as their MP for a third tie while he implored on them to vote for Azimio presidential candidate Raila Odinga.

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In Raila Odinga, he explained, the country will have a chance to realize great developments and true servant leadership.

“Baba (Odinga) has a vision of revolutionizing the country so that we all start to live in harmony,” he said.

“We want to make sure that in the next five years, our economy takes off and everyone has money in their pockets,” he added.

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He said Raila needs all the support so that he can have a conducive environment.

He added that in parliament, as legislators, they will ensure that only progressive and good laws are passed.

According to him, parliament will play its role of making policies and protecting Kenyans against bad laws that could be sneaked in by people with questionable integrity and social character.


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