The Star (Kenya) - - Politics -


“I had promised never to let the peo­ple of Sam­buru down. I wanted to build the TSC, sta­bi­lize and then fo­cus on serv­ing them. I retired in 2015, af­ter I had sta­bi­lized the in­sti­tu­tion. The TSC has its own build­ing, which I en­sured was con­structed in a record 2 years. I now want to ded­i­cate my time to serv­ing the peo­ple. I have the ex­pe­ri­ence and the man­age­ment skills ac­quired over a pe­riod of time. Un­der my lead­er­ship, Sam­buru county will never be the same again.”


“I worked hard to re­move the TSC from the Cor­rup­tion In­dex. I in­vited Trans­parency In­ter­na­tional in 2008 to look at our sys­tems and pro­cesses. Af­ter they sub­mit­ted their re­port, I also in­vited Ethics and the Anti-Cor­rup­tion Com­mis­sion to do the same. The sys­tem th­ese two in­sti­tu­tions pro­posed helped us pull the TSC out of the Cor­rup­tion In­dex. Once I be­come the gover­nor, ram­pant cor­rup­tion in Sam­buru county will end. The peo­ple of Sam­buru can be sure of proper man­age­ment of their re­sources.”

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