Kenyans need con­ducive work­ing en­vi­ron­ment – nom­i­nated MP Sakaja

The Star (Kenya) - - Politics -

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.

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