Sirisia MP Aspirant Moses Nandalwe is determined to Oust Waluke in the Coming Polls

Hon. Moses Nandalwe

“Waluke moves around the constituency saying that I have not done anything in Sirisia but truth be told I came here when this school was almost being shut down because of the poor infrastructures, I was able to build pit latrines that the pupils are currently using,”-Moses Nandalwe

By Brown Wafula

Sirisia Constituency parliamentary aspirant on the ODM party ticket Mr Moses Nandalwe is determined to oust incumbent MP John Waluke of the Jubilee party. Nandalwe says that Waluke has been in power for a long time, adding that it is now the time for youths to take leadership to the next level.

“I will not watch Sirisia county lag behind in development matters and if you want fresh efforts to work and develop the constituency then vote for me and reject Mr Waluke’s empty promises,” Nandalwe said. The aspirant spoke at Tulienge primary school last Tuesday during an engagement with the public. Nandalwe said that he has supported the education sector in the region and that if given the chance to serve as an MP he will do more in the sector.

“Waluke moves around the constituency saying that I have not done anything in Sirisia but truth be told I came here when this school was almost being shut down because of the poor infrastructures, I was able to build pit latrines that the pupils are currently using,” Nandalwe said. He added that Sirisia needs a visionary leader who will steer developments and support women and youth groups to initiate businesses that will in turn earn them a decent living rather than staying idle.

In his appeal, Nandalwe urged the Independent and Electoral and Boundaries Commission (IEBC) to remain independent, stick to the set rules and regulations and deliver accurate polls results. He asked the IEBC Chairman Wafula Chebukati and his commissioners to be vigilant and avoid being biased and announce the President and leaders who would have been elected by the people of Kenya adding that the country should continue even after the August polls and Kenyans should remain united.

“Elections will come and go. There is no need to fight each other before, during and after elections. Let’s remain peaceful and ensure that we elect leaders who will bring change in our areas,” he said. Nandalwe asked the region to rally behind the Azimio la Umoja Presidential flag bearer Raila Odinga to succeed President Uhuru Kenyatta.

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