Giving all an opportunity to leverage and fully participate in the social economic prosperity of the great Kiminini constitutiency and Transnzoia county at large remains a selfless endeavor of the Kiminini legislature Dr Chris Wamalwa in his bid to raise the living standards of Transnzoia people.
It was a sigh of relief for the students, teachers and parents from Kiminini constitutiency following the launch of thirty five million bursary fund today at Kiungani secondary school grounds in a colourful event presided over by the top legislature as ranked recently by GALA awards.
The Kiminini legislature took time to urge the President and the health committee to reconsider their decision that direct all religious institutions to remain closed in Transnzoia and western region arguing that churches offer spiritual nourishment and offers encouragement during times of challenge like the COVID-19 pandemic.
Dr Chris Wamalwa proceeded to ask the people to exercise patience over the BBI stalemate and called upon the judges to take this matter with the seriousness it deserves and offer a favourable judgement that will enable the nation to proceed to the next stage of the BBI process.
The Transnzoia county top governorship contender Dr Wamalwa asked the IEBC chairman Mr Wafula Chebukati to continue with the nineth August polls stressing that the nation is not ready for any obstacles that may delay the 2022 general elections.
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