Nyaribari Masaba Mp ,Hon. Ezekiel Machogu has declared his interest in replacing the outgoing kisii county governor.
He was the longest serving district commissioner (DC) under former president Moi's reign before he was elected to represent Nyaribari Masaba people in parliament. Constantly known as a "performer" he has outshined his fellow members of parliament in development and also delivered in each capacity he has holded.
Due to his positive track record,he is a force to reckon,which has made his competitors to look for a political strategy to bring him down.
He is the only experienced and informed politician whom kisii residents can trust and rely on. His political journey won't be a walk in the park,he will be facing with well influenced and vocal politicians like Simba Arati, the current Dagorreti North Mp and Daniel Manduku,former manager at Kenya ports authority.
Time will tell who will carry the day,but we believe Ezekiel Machogu will be our next governor,we are preparing for his leadership.
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