Vot­ing out Awiti would hurt projects, deputy tells youth

The Star (Kenya) - - Counties -

Homa Bay Deputy Gov­er­nor Hamil­ton Orata on Thursday urged the youth to vote wisely next year. He said the de­ci­sion of who leads the res­i­dents will be is­sue-based, not a mat­ter of “gam­bling” with the county lead­er­ship. He said Gov­er­nor Cyprian Awiti’s ad­min­is­tra­tion has been tried and tested and any change of lead­er­ship will be a big blow to the county’s devel­op­ment agenda. “We’ve rolled out enor­mous projects for the youth to em­power them and im­prove their lives,” Orata said. He said fac­to­ries such An­i­mal Feeds, Ke­goto Maize Milling and oth­ers will em­ploy many young peo­ple.

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