Nakuru Town West MP Samuel Arama is among the few MPs who have dedicated their focus on development.
He believes the only way to transform lives of constituents is through ensuring improved infrastructure, fairness in the distribution of bursary as well as proper security for all.
Arama was elected on ODM ticket in 2013 before he ditched ODM and joined Jubilee.
Many thought he had dug his political grave, but due to his development record, he was elected for a second time in 2017 on a Jubilee ticked.
During his leadership, many development projects have been initiated.
He has always attributed the development to the good working relationship between him and President Uhuru Kenyatta and Interior Cabinet Secretary Dr.Fred Matiang’i.
Notable ones include the infrastructure in addition to the ones he lobbied through World Bank projects for slum areas.
The vocal Nakuru Legislastor has also ensured that all schools in the area have perimeter wall to avert land grabbing.
In addition, he has been able to sponsor several students both in Day and Boarding schools through the NG-CDF kitty.
During the COVID 19 pandemic, Arama was among the few MPs who came to rescue of many constituents through food donations.
And with the 2022 polls approaching, Arama has no doubt that his development record will see him clinch the seat for the third time.
Though not declared his political party that he will use, he has on several occasions asked his constituents to vote for leaders on the account of manifesto and development record and not their party.
He said he is confident he will be retain his seat in the 2022 polls.
“My development record in Nakuru Town West is very clear and that is my tool” he said.