Youths who applied for work positions in the census exercise that will take place in August across the country have been assured of a free and transparent selection. This was stated by the Assistant Chief of Kimatuni Joseph Mulongo in Bumula ward, Bumula Constituency in Bungoma County during the burial of mama Dina Nasimiyu Wafubwa a mother to a member of Bumula West FM Salaams club. He said that any youth who submitted an application should not worry because nobody will be given a chance without proper qualification.
“We will not discriminate anybody who has qualified since we are going to have a fair and transparent exercise when selecting those who will carry out the exercise,” said Mulongo.
Bungoma All in One chairperson Gavana Edu thanked all fans who made it to Kimatuni for the burial of a mother of one of his members, and urged those present who haven’t joined any Salaams clubs to do so.
Operator Meshack Wafula, the chairperson of Bumula Salaams Club also urged all listeners of West FM to join Salaams clubs to benefit from the development projects they are initiating. “I want to take this chance to thank West Media for being close to us, every time you come and stand with us in happiness and sadness,” he said, adding that more groups will be taken in. “For now we have new groups that have showed interest of joining us so that we may work together and they are Sangala, Apokor, Sioya, Umoja ni nguvu and Mwiyenga Hope,” said Operator.
Janet Swa Swa who had lost her mother appreciated all fans from Bungoma County who stood with her during a low and difficult moment as she praised West Media for bringing together its fans. “I also want to thank West Media for the love they have showed me. I never knew that my mother’s funeral will be announced on radio. You thought well for bringing your listeners together,” she said.