Kisii county Deputy Governor, Joash Maangi has urged all leaders across the county to put aside their political differences and emulate President Uhuru Kenyatta and National Super aAlliance leader, Raila Odinga’s gesture and work together to enhance development in their respective areas.
Maangi said that the handshake by President Kenyatta and former prime minister Raila Odinga has shown that rivals can forget their political differences and work together for the sake of peace, stability and build the nation.
The deputy Governor who was speaking on Friday at Iterio Boys grounds during the celebrations of Madaraka day said, it’s time all leaders across the county to come together and work to enhance development of the County.
He also noted that county and national government leaders are collaborating regardless of their political party affiliations to offer effective services to boost the welfare of residents.
At the same time he called those who have started campaigning for 2022 to hold on and first deliver to the common mwanachi .
“It’s time to deliver. Time for politics will come and go, let us first serve the common mwanachi, no need for early campaigns,” he said
The deputy county boss who is looking to take over from governor James ongwae noted that residents will consider the score card during that time.