The Rift Valley Regional Commissioner George Natembeya has brought Lukhome Market centre in Trans-Nzoia county to a standstill after inspecting the upgrading of Ngavi bridge along Babiton-Lukhome road.
Natembeya was accompanied by a section of the county commissioners and some other prominent leaders as he traversed the county to check on the progress of the county work and development projects stipulated by the government.
The Rift Valley Regional Coordinator is in Trans-Nzioa county on a two-day tour to inspect all the government projects that were reinstated by the county government of Trans-Nzoia.
However, speculations have intimated that the regional commissioner is seeking to peep his luck into politics and has shown interest in unseating the incumbent Trans-Nzioa county Governor Hon Khaemba.
According to the insider, Mr Natembeya is grooming his political ground in Trans-Nzoia and will be battling other aspirants in 2022 for the gubernatorial seat so that he can channel development schemes into the county.
While addressing a mammoth crowd of residents at Lukhome Market Centre, Natembeya urged electorates to embrace peace as he promised them that he will come back later and announce his political stand towards 2022 general election.
"We were waiting for you to come and announce your political stand. Remove the police uniform and start campaigning for the gubernatorial seat in 2022" One of the residents was heard saying.
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