Barely a year before the 2022 General Election the Law Society of Kenya President Nelson Havi has now vowed to serve the people of Kenya and Westland in Parliament in an attempt to ensure that there is good legislation and equitable revenue allocation in the country.
This comes at a time when the country is facing hard economic times after the covid 19 pandemic ravaged the economy of the country leaving many Kenyans in cold poverty and entry of the Lsk President into politics is a boost for Kenyans and Westlands constituency.
It is not yet established which party, Nelson Havi is going to use in the coming General Election but he has come out to urge kenyans to register as voters to participate in deciding the next government and elect leaders of their choice for good governance in the country.
"I have offered to serve the People of Kenya and Westlands in Parliament. Good legislation, equitable revenue allocation, effective executive oversight and poverty alleviation are my goals. Join @Team_Havi to bring change". #WestlandsVoterRegistration starts today. Register. ^NH
Meanwhile, do you think Nelson Havi will thrive in the political arena and deliver to the people of Kenya or he will not make it in the upcoming polls and later he will change, share your thoughts?
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