Bungoma leaders drawn across the political divide have rallied calls for unity to enhance development in the County.
Led by National Assembly Speaker Moses Wetang’ula and Governor Kenneth Lusaka, they emphasized unity of purpose as a key driver to change and complete transformation.
“Let us pride ourselves on our own, form a formidable team to reach the desired goal. We will walk the talk, in unison, like the ants to drive Bungoma into greater economic heights,” said Wetang’ula.
In his sentiments, Lusaka expressed firm commitment to work closely with all leaders in the quest to attain the legacy regime.
“As we endeavor to bring forth change and deliver on our manifesto, my administration will embrace partnership and mutual collaboration with both National and County leadership,” noted Lusaka.
He urged residents to accord leaders ample time to revamp the County’s economy and improve livelihoods.
“We are in the office to serve all despite our political affiliations. Support us in the course for transformation.” He urged.
Lusaka further highlighted his initiatives across the County, noting that projects are ongoing and that the taskforce to streamline Webuye and Chwele Municipalities is in place.
“The World Bank has allocated funds towards upgrading our two municipalities recently gazetted. I have approved the taskforce to look into the boundaries and lay clear structures before operation.” He affirmed.
They spoke at St. Immaculate Heart of Mary Masikhu Catholic, Webuye West Constituency, while gracing the funds drive towards ordination of priests.
In attendance; Bungoma Senator, David Wakoli, Woman Representative, Catherine Wambilianga, County Assembly Speaker, Emmanuel Situma, MPs, MCAs, Senior County Government officials among others.