By Obegi Malack
Former Kajiado County Senator Peter ole Mositet has maintained that the Kajiado County senatorial position in 2022 has been reserved for him by electorates.
Mositet claimed the incumbent senator Philip ole Mpayeei is not a product of the will of the electorates.
Mositet alleged that the incumbent was a project of an individual, adding: “Now that the individual is also vying, he will focus more in fighting for his position and electorates will have a chance to make their choice.”
The former senator who is now chair board of Nairobi Metropolitan Area Transport Authority said that during his tenure he played a brilliant oversight role on most projects in the county.
“All these projects in the county including the tarmacked roads in the cosmopolitan region such as Kajiado North were through me. It is only that implementation is done now, documentation was done when I was in office,” Mositet said.
He challenged electorates to give every politician a chance to campaign and politicians to maintain peace in their campaigns.
The former senator was speaking in his father’s home in Kiserian during an event to celebrate his father Mositet Osingiti by Faraja Group, a group comprising of leaders from Kajiado North sub county who hold parties to celebrate their parents.
“We have to celebrate our parents when they are alive, my father contributed a lot in Kenya’s independence, he is 105 years old and he has been a mirror of society,” he added.
The chairman of the group Wilson ole Naimasia said the group which was launched three years ago comprises 50 leaders from the region and they have already visited around 10 homes awarding the elders.