Imaroro MCA Amos Peshut declared on Saturday, August 29, his leadership record is unquestionably credible, people-driven, and mostly guided by God.
“I have been in office for the last three years and already my achievements in terms of development and helping my people get jobs in the county government is changing lives for the better,” said Peshut.
Peshut, who arrived at the home of Alex Mokoi in Imaroro slightly after 3 pm, appealed to those he has assisted to get jobs in the county to use what they earn to improve their statuses at their homes.
“For many years, the people of Imaroro had missed out on job distribution and development in general because those in leadership before me had lost the link with the people they represent,” said Peshut.
He said the county government has appropriate plans on the employment of the youth in the region, and that his working relationship with Governor Joseph Lenku is promising a brighter future for the people of Imaroro.
“You have seen that our projects in the construction of ECD centres for our children are doing well, provision of water and the equipping of hospitals are also doing well in the last three years of my leadership,” said Peshut.
The MCA, who received a heroic welcome at the venue in Imaroro said he will be walking with governor Lenku in his 2022 political journey because the county’s chief executive has proved he has the love of his people at heart.
Speaking at the venue earlier, the spokesman of the Imaroro Irkibulo age-set, Ariel Nairi said the younger generation will stand with Peshut in the 2022 general election because he has held their hands ever since he was elected in 2017.
“Those claiming that our age-set members have shifted their support to one of their own to oppose Peshut are dreaming. Our support for Peshut has never been questioned, and today I am declaring here that, comes that election, our rivals will understand what I have said today,” said Nairi.
Nairi read the names and positions of some 28 people the MCA have employed in the county government to prove to the doubting Thomases that Peshut’s movement is real and being felt on the ground.
He said those accusing the MCA of being mean, are just being malicious and refusing to see the developments he had brought to the county in 3 years.
Those who accompanied Peshut included the county deputy director of vocational training, nominated MCA Susan Malit and Enkishil Olmeponi, who is also an employee of the county government.