Kenyans need conducive working environment – nominated MP Sakaja
Nairobi governor aspirant Johnson Sakaja has urged leaders to nurture and enhance the potential of all citizens. The Nominated MP said giving Kenyans a conducive environment to work in is the only way the citizens can achieve their full potential and play their role in nation building. Sakaja, who is among Jubilee aspirants who want to unseat Governor Evans Kidero, was speaking when he toured Grogan on Kirinyaga Road. “When I was here a few months ago, the situation wasn’t as dire as it is now. The harassment and inconvenience mechanics and traders at Grogan face is hindering many young people from earning a living,” he said. “Countless young people who contribute to this great nation’s economy earn their bread through their sweat and the skill of their hands. True leadership seeks to nurture and enhance the potential of each and every citizen.” Water CS Eugene Wamalwa has also expressed his interest in the seat.