The Chairperson to Tana and Athi River Development Authority, Jamleck Kamau has expressed his willingness to vie for Muranga County governor in the 2022 elections. Jamleck while talking to youths revealed that he has officially resumed to politics affairs and looking forward to serving people diligently. He had the same desire to be the governor in 2017 but did not get the seat. However, he had been docile in political matters for a while and revealed that, over the duration his mind concentrated on his investments.In addition, he is among others who have expressed their interests for governor in Muranga.The former Kigumo MP addeded that his desire is to initiate projects that helps the youths, improve the infrastructure, agriculture, health and education sectors.He promised the youths that his campaign will be harmonious and focus to reach many residents in the village.Kigumo Constituency residents usually account for the achievements by Jamleck during his leadership reign as a Member of Parliament.
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