Faisal Andirahman Abass is the former director at Agriculture Development Corporation and KenGen Kenya. He is the former chairman at Rural Electrification Authority and Geothermal Development Company.
He promised to change the lives of people through initiation of development projects. He promised to create Job opportunities and also ensure fair distribution of resources. He is seeking jubilee party ticket. He urged voters not to vote those aspirants driven by selfish interest since they have deep pockets.
He promised to create an enabling environment for private sector traders. He promised that he will introduce livestock insurance which will compensate the herders Incase they lose their flock to drought. Mr Abass said every ward will have emerge feeding paddocks.
He said he will provide loans to the youths and women to support them in doing business. He promised he will ensure the youths are enrolled in technical and vocational institutions. He said he will ensure Elwak town has a permanent power supply since it is currently in darkness.
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