By Our Reporter
The much publicised handshake between President Uhuru Kenyatta and opposition leader Raila Odinga gave a sigh of relief to many politicians whose election have been opposed through courts by opponents. This however was not the case for Tarayia ole Kores and Governor Lenku in Kajiado.
In an interview with this newspaper Kores’ spokesman Obama Matampash says Kores is still pushing for electoral justice in the country and vows not to relent in his quest of unearthing the truth over the last election. Kores is on record having stated that the former governor David Nkedienye won the gubernatorial election.
Matampash claims: “Lenku has fallen out of favour with the electorate, a clear illustration that he enjoys no legitimacy and credibility at the county; and citizens have incessantly complained about mismanagement of public affairs, unequal distribution of resources, poor infrastructure and impassable roads.”
Matampash who is a strong critique of Lenku’s administration says the county has failed to mitigate disasters like the recent floods that claimed lives the fact that there were early warning notwithstanding, zero accountability with respect to public finances.