Today president Uhuru Kenyatta sister Christina Pratt Kenyatta led a fundraising event in Kajiado county to help former Kajiado councillors. The amount fundraised would support 178 former councilors from Kajiado county in constructing an income generating building.
The president sister was the chief guest in the event. He also donated president Uhuru Kenyatta personal contribution. The former leaders targeted 30 million shillings to build the mega project in the county.
Speaking during the event, Mama Christina Pratt Kenyatta threw her weight behind governor Joseph Ole Lenku in 2022 polls. She urged Kajiado residents to fully support the governor because of his progressive development records. She said that Kajiado has set a good example to other counties in Kenya.
Kajiado governor Joseph Ole Lenku and his wife were also present. The governor thanked the president for supporting the former councillors in constructing the building which will help them earn incomes in their old ages. He also thanked the former councillors for playing a big role in laying foundation of devolution in the country.
This video of president Uhuru Kenyatta sister speech was posted on Kajiado governor's press official Facebook page. Below is the link.
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