By Obegi Malack
Jubilee Alliance Party Mosiro ward aspirant Jonathan Koroine has promised to change Mosiro Ward if elected ward representative next month.
In an exclusive interview with Kajiado County Press Koroine who lost by 65 votes in the 2013 general election, said his first priority is to deal with land injustice. He was involved in the recent National Land Commission visit in the ward that led to revocation of land titles.
The aspirant said other key issues he will deal with are improvement of infrastructure, education, empowering youth and women, improving health, and seeking employment of Misiro people who have been neglected for long.
“I will be a servant of the people and will get votes from all age sets and all clans and be the first Jubilee Party elected ward representative, I will work with elected leaders for fast development,” he said.
The father of three said is well updated of issues that need to be solved in Mosiro ward to improve living standards of the locals.
Titus Mosinko who was a close ally of the late Peter Korrinyo and has now joined the Jubilee Party said he will support the aspirant since it is the only aspirant who will fast-track development.
Kajiado County gubernatorial aspirant Solomon Kinyanjui said he will pitch tent in the ward to ensure Jubilee takes the seat.
The aspirant who sent condolences to the late ole Ntimama said those seeking the party ticket must work together for unity.
Kajiado Jubilee Alliance Chairman Charles Lekanet said there will be no nomination since Koroine who was second in the 2013 general election is the only person who has expressed interest. He will get Jubilee party ticket.
According to Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission the by-election will be held on October the 26. Campaigns will commence on September 26 and cease on October 26, 2016.
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By Obegi Malack