Mu­tua takes Maen­deleo Chap Chap coun­try­wide

The Star (Kenya) - - Counties Rift Valley -

Machakos Gov­er­nor Al­fred Mu­tua has urged lead­ers to fo­cus on devel­op­ment and list their achieve­ments be­fore “beg­ging” for votes.

Mu­tua vis­ited Nakuru town at the week­end to pop­u­larise his Maen­deleo Chap Chap Move­ment.

“We are go­ing to take it all over the coun­try. Our suc­cess sto­ries will be du­pli­cated and im­ple­mented coun­try­wide,” he said.

“The peo­ple should re­ceive the devel­op­ment they de­serve. Politi­cis­ing is­sues with­out devel­op­ment is un­ac­cept­able.”

Mu­tua said Maen­deleo Chap Chap is not a tribal party. He be­gan his coun­try­wide tour in Kisii be­fore head­ing to Keri­cho and Nakuru.

“Gover­nors, MPs and MCAs are just ask­ing for po­lit­i­cal seats with­out show­ing what they have done dur­ing their ten­ure. What will they will do if re­elected? They are asleep on the job in­stead of work­ing for the peo­ple,” he said.

Mu­tua said at least two youths should be ap­pointed as IEBC of­fi­cials. “The ma­jor­ity of peo­ple in this coun­try are the young. We have youths with ex­pe­ri­ence. They need to be in­cluded in na­tion build­ing.”

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