In Summary

  • Mrs Ngilu reached out to her former challengers and told them not to be disheartened over the outcome of the polls.

Kitui Governor-elect Charity Ngilu on Sunday hosted newly elected members of the county assembly to a luncheon and urged them to forge a bipartisan working relationship.

Ms Ngilu urged the MCAs-elect drawn from all parties to serve the residents faithfully.

"We should embrace each other because at this point it doesn’t matter which political vehicle or aircraft you used to get elected, what matters most now is how we work together in a bipartisan way to deliver on our campaign promises and transform people’s lives," Mrs Ngilu said.

PLEDGES
The governor-elect, accompanied by her deputy Wathe Nzau, said she will serve all residents without favouritism.

While congratulating them for winning, she said they must deliver on some of their pledges within the first 100 days, particularly on water provision, health care and food security.

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