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Uhuru Kenyatta sister leads a mega fundraiser event in Kajiado to help former councilors

Devolution began long time ago during the time of city council governments. The new 2010 constitution improved the model. Now councillors are members of county assemblies.

Today president Uhuru Kenyatta elder sister led a mega fundraising event to help former councilors from Kajiado county. Mama Christina Kenyatta was the chief guest in the ceremony organized to support former councilors who have served in the county since 1963.

The fundraiser ceremony was organized to support 178 former councilors in constructing an income generating building to boost their economic well being. The project is estimated to cost 30 million shillings.

The president elder sister delivered president Uhuru Kenyatta personal contribution. The event was also attended by Kajiado governor Joseph Ole Lenku and his wife Lena Ole Lenku. Local elected leaders from the county also attended the ceremony.

Kajiado governor thanked president Uhuru Kenyatta for supporting them in the ambitious project. He also thanked the former councillors for playing a big role in playing the foundation of devolution. He further wished the former councillors in their ambitious project which will offer them daily bread in their old age.

The governor posted this information and photos on his official Facebook page.

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Joseph Ole Lenku Kajiado Mama Christina Kenyatta Uhuru Kenyatta


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