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Waititu pledges ‘servant leadership’ if elected Kiambu governor

Kiambu gubernatorial aspirant, Ferdinand Waititu, has promised to offer servant leadership if elected the county’s next governor in the August 8 general elections.

Waitutu made the pledge while expressing his gratitude to the people of Kiambu after defeating the incumbent Governor William Kabogo with 353,604 votes against 69,916 to clinch the Jubilee Party ticket.

Speaking to a local TV station on Wednesday after being declared the winner, Mr Waititu said that he ensure money trickles down to the ward level and that proposed projects are implemented.

Mr Waititu said that he will form ward development committees to oversee that ward development funds are used as intended.


“I will ensure that funds reach the wards where there will be ward development committee. Our work as the executive will be to supervise,” said Mr Waititu.

He also urged the youth, women and the aged to register companies that will be awarded tenders at by the county government in a bid to create employment.

He further pledged to form council of advisors who will help in running the affairs of the county.

He promised that under his tenure he will review the revenue rates and revise them to favour the people of Kiambu in a bid to bring down the high taxes.