By Our correspondent.
Kisii 14 November 2020…………..Interior Security Secretary Dr. Fred Matiang’i on saturday worshipped at Nyagesenda SDA Church in Sensi ward Kitutu Chache North Constituency were he pledges unity and development.
The CD who was accompanied by Principal Secretary Susan Mochache and other senior government officials, said that time has come when the community needs to be united for the prosperity of the region.
In the service which was attended by both kieleweke and Tangatanga politicians made locals to be happy since it has taken time for both Governor James Ongwae and his Depurty Maangi sharing a podium.
Both they pledged to work together as Omogusii unity intensifies to increase the community’s bargaining power ahead of the 2022 polls as they front Dr. Fred Matiang’i.
It should be reckoned that CS Dr. Fred Matiang’i has not declared his presidential bid regardless of the political pressure from his supporters to do so.
CS Matiang’i, who wore a locally branded short sleeved shirt, to promote the Buy Kenya Build Kenya initiative advocated for unity.
“Lets unite and work together as Gusii leaders. Gusii people are known globally as hardworking citizens. We must now pull together to ensure the Big Four agenda of President Uhuru Kenyatta is a reality. I urge all of us to pray for each other as we strive to unite for development as advised by our President,” said Dr. Matiang’i.
PS Susan Mochache urged all leaders from Gusii to work harmoniously so as to push the Omogusii agenda strongly together. She said Gusii must now work together under our senior most leader Dr. Fred Matiang’i so as to promote development and increase our bargaining power.
Kisii Deputy Governor Joash Maangi said that the community must have one leader at a time, and a time has come when Dr. Fred Matiang’i must take the mantle and unite Abagusii irrespective of their former political alignments.
Mr Maangi added that he hadn’t been seen in Interior CS’s functions but now a time has come when Omogusii must unite for purpose. His sentiments indicated he may decamp from Deputy President William Ruto’s camp due to his past flip flopping political nature.
Governor James Ongwae also thanked Interior Cabinet Secretary Dr. Fred Matiang’i for ensuring that the name of Omogusii is dignified in Kenya through his hard working stance. Ongwae urged all leaders to unite for the sake of Omogusii’s future bargaining in the national cake.
Other guests present were Laikipia University Council Chairman Ken Nyaundi and Members of County Assembly, Kisii Central ward and kitutu central respectively.