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Elective leaders challenged to work diligently for the electorate

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The society needs to change their perception and embrace communal agreement, and it is through this that I will ensure that we develop a clear Authentication programme where we can identify needy students to support

Kisii county governor james ongwae addressing HEalth Workers after they presnted a petition to his office

Electorates from both Kisii and Nyamira counties have been urged to be vigilant and vote in leaders who have good track records on development and not self-centered leaders.

In an exclusive interview with Gusii star the flamboyant politician cum businessman has warned the electorates to trade carefully and examine the kind of leaders they want in the August polls.

“It’s quite sad that each and every leader that we elect on every election ends up getting and defending their self-interests and its now upon the electorate to be careful and vote in development oriented leaders,” Rasugu said.

He said that he is worried at the rate which youths are getting out of training institutions with skills but end up not being employed.

“I don’t want our youths to depend on handouts, but as leaders we have to seek for clear ways of solving the unemployment by creating clear guidelines both at county and National levels. An issue which I tend to address by engaging stakeholders one elected by tabling appropriate bills in the Assembly,” he further added.

On Education Rasugu adds that it’s only when all stakeholders work together to strengthen the quality of education and enhance lives of the electorate.

The society needs to change their perception and embrace communal agreement, and it is through this that I will ensure that we develop a clear Authentication programme where we can identify needy students to support,” he added.

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