MP Arama urges minority communities to fully support Governor Kihika’s development agenda

Nakuru Town West MP Samuel Arama has urged minority communities in his constituency to fully support Governor Susan Kihika’s development agenda.

Arama says the Governor has never discriminated minority communities despite different voting patterns in the last general polls.

Speaking during a fundraiser for Seventh day Adventist church in Kaptembwa Ward on Saturday February 10, 2024, the Lawmaker lauded Kihika’s development agenda for Nakuru residents.

“We might have been in Azimio last general elections but when Governor Kihika emerged winner, she has never discriminated minority communities,” he said.

Arama who contested on Azimio ticket in the last general elections, has vowed to continue working with Governor Kihika who was elected on UDA ticket.

According to Arama, once elections are over, leaders should work together for the sake of development for the people.

“I was in Azimio, but immediately after elections I made up my mind visited Governor Susan and assured her that we shall work together and that is the way to go as leaders,” said Arama.

He also used the opportunity to laud Governor Kihika for considering the minority communities in her cabinet.

The Lawmaker also re-visited the War Memorial Hospital issue vowing to continue supporting Governor Kihika’s stand that the facility should be returned to the public.

Arama told off a section of politicians who are out in media to politicize the matter.

“We fully support the governor in the process on War Memorial Hospital. Let us keep politics out of the issue,” he said.

On issues of bursary, Arama called for need to have better collaboration between MPs and County bursary kitty so that bursary can be consolidated into one, hence reach more needy students.

While noting that President William Ruto is close to Nakuru County that gave him more support in the last elections, Arama urged Nakuru West residents to fully support the Kenya Kwanza administration’s agenda on development.

He pointed out though the economy is not doing well, but urged religious leaders to continue praying for the nation even as leaders try to look for amicable solutions.


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