Pauline Semeyian, wife of Jubilee Party governor aspirant, Tarayia Kores, on Wednesday night, promised to unite all the communities and assist her husband build a united county.
Semeyian said her husband will re-instate Kajiado’s lost glory once elected as governor to replace David Nkedianye whom she accused of mismanaging the county’s resources while in office.
She was speaking in Kitengela when she met with more than 700 workers of several companies of Export Processing Zone living in the town.
“Your savior is here in the name of my husband. He has the necessary network to change the living standards of the people in this county. Come out in large numbers on Friday so that we can nominate him to carry JP’s flag as we head to August 8 general elections,” said Semeyian.
She said Kores did his best despite meagre in his exposure while he was chairman of Olkejuado County Council by planning all the urban centres in the region.
“My husband has been called names by those opposing him, but trust me that he is humane and not the type that will shun you at the time of need. He will respect you as his employer and do what you feel is right,” said Semeyian.
The wife of the politician questioned Nkedianye’s administration on the return of financial resources to the national treasury at the end of each financial year while the people of Kajiado have no roads, clean water and shortage of drugs in county hospitals.
“Vote for Kores if you want your lives and those of your loved ones to change for better. I am proud of my husband because he understands the feelings of those around him. He is the best candidate for this job,” said Semeyian.