Despite nairobi gubernatorial aspirant Tim wanyonyi been captured on camera moving around a wheelchair, he showed determination to compete effectively with other candidate in the upcoming 2022 general election.
On sunday, October 14, wanyonyi formerly launched his bid for the nairobi gubernatorial seat under the Orange Democratic Movement (ODM) ticket.
Wanyonyi said he is ready to start campaigning for the seat in next year’s general elections.
”Fellow residents of nairobi, I speak not from more theory but a firm knowledge and understanding of the affair of Nairobi.Having served in Nairobi county for a total of fifteen year’s, I am well a ware of what resident of Nairobi require and i’ll fix it,” he said.
He is promising to tranform the city to realize it’s potential as the region’s business hub as well as increase the use of ICT in service deliverery.
Kenyans have been impressed by his ambitions and vowed to throw weight behind his bid in running for nairobi gubernatorial seat. see comments from kenyans below.
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