Kakamega County Women Representative Elsie Muhanda has urged the residents of the county to cooperate with their leaders while also calling on political leaders to be accountable in their positions.
Speaking at the swearing-in ceremony of the new chief of Lubao Location, Sulvei Ashiono Shihafu at St. Monica Secondary School, Lubao, Elsie Muhanda emphasized the importance of unity and collaboration between the residents and their elected leaders. She urged the people to actively participate in the development and governance of their county, as their cooperation is vital for the success of any government programs and initiatives.
Furthermore, Muhanda encouraged women to take pride in the roles and positions they hold within the government. She highlighted the importance of women’s inclusion in decision-making processes and their contributions to the development of society. Muhanda emphasized the need for women to support and uplift each other, promoting the empowerment and equality of women in Kakamega County.
During her address, Muhanda acknowledged the significance of 102.2 Lubao FM as a radio station and called upon the public to support and embrace it as a platform for communication and information dissemination. She assured the audience that she would continue to stand with and support young girls who have been adversely affected by early pregnancies, ensuring they have access to education to improve their future prospects.
Switching her focus to political leaders, Muhanda urged them to fulfill their responsibilities in the disbursement of bursaries to deserving students. She expressed her commitment to making a difference, despite the limited resources she receives. Muhanda emphasized the need for leaders to prioritize the welfare of the less privileged and strive to provide equal opportunities for all.
Elsie Muhanda reflected on her dedication to improving the lives of the people of Kakamega County. Her call for cooperation and accountability from both the residents and political leaders serves as an important reminder of the collective effort required for development and progress within the county.
By Wycliffe Sajida