CS Wamalwa lauds impact of Uhuru-Raila pact

Devolution Cabinet Secretary Eugene Wamalwa has emphasized the urgent need for leaders to strengthen promotion of building bridges initiative if the big four national agenda was to succeed.

The CS singled out the recent developments during President Uhuru Kenyatta and ODM leader Raila Odinga tour of Kisumu and Siaya counties saying they set the pace for the country’s peace and sustainable development.

Wamalwa who spoke when he presided over a fundraising event in aid of Riatuya SDA church in Borabu said that the initiative will help address constitutional hitches affecting the country.

Borabu MP Ben Momanyi while echoing similar sentiments, put on notice some unnamed election losers in 2017 from the area posing as professionals for selfish reasons.

According to the lawmaker, the individuals purported to know constraints bedeviling the constituency to the extent of even misinforming the head of state whenever he visited the area.

Nyamira Governor John Nyagarama said the council of governors has already identified its members who will steer the envisaged referendum which he urged residents to support.

Meanwhile, Narok governor Samuel Ole Tunai is calling on warring communities at Ngoben in Narok South to cease hostilities and embrace peace for the sake of development.

Tunai sentiments came after cattle rustling incident sparked off clashes in the area.

Narok North MP Moitalel Ole Kenta claimed the clashes are being fuelled by those who illegal sold parts of Mau forest land and want to run away from the law.


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