A unity message took centre stage in the meeting in Nangili, Kongoni ward in Kakamega County during the launch of Jitahidi West FM Salaams Club. This was led by Kakamega Flying Umbrella Chairman Chris Nyongesa who thanked Jitahidi Salaams Club members for making a decision of joining West Media fraternity.
He urged them to be on the forefront in participating in the Umbrella’s projects and promised that if they will maintain unity and harmony they’ll soar higher. “I take this chance to welcome Jitahidi members in our big family, the step you took and decided to join us was prudent, let me assure you that you are at a good place, you won’t regret. Therefore, embrace the projects we have began as an Umbrella,” said Nyongesa.
Nyongesa appreciated other Salaams Clubs members who turned up in large numbers to witness the launch and welcome new members in the umbrella. He, however, told them to work closely with Jitahidi members and guide them on how they do their things as an Umbrella.
He lauded West Media for accepting to work with them, attending their meetings and monitoring closely how they are doing as fans.
Kongoni ward Member of the County Assembly Josephat Mwasame who is also the patron of Kongoni ward fans applauded the move by West Media, bringing together the fans and stated that it is the best move to eradicate poverty among people. Mwasame promised his support to ensure that Kongoni ward Salaams Clubs don’t lag behind in the Umbrella’s projects.
“I would like to thank West FM for bringing its listeners together; I know through this, poverty will be history especially in this area. As the patron of Kongoni ward Salaams Club I promise to support this course in all ways. Am so delighted for the love you have. Therefore, let us continue working together as a family so as we may achieve our dreams,” stated Mwasame, “My plea is that let us try and have Salaams club in each area so that as we move forward at least each Salaams club feels the developments we shall be initiating. As a member of any Salaams Club let me tell you this if you are in need please don’t keep quiet, speak up, as a group we shall try all means and ensure that your problem is sorted.”
Likuyani CDF chairperson Franciscah Wamalwa expressed her joy as she thanked West Media for bringing together people including political leaders from different parties. She urged fans to continue supporting each other since the unity they showed in Kongoni was an indication that they are going far. “I’m so impressed by your unity. When you find people seated, working together know that they have one goal and they are heading somewhere,” she said.
West Media Company was represented by Phanice Pkemei, Samuel Munai and Victoriah Nang’oni who thanked fans for supporting the company. They too urged them to work together since it is only unity that they will manage to achieve their dreams.