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Change of guard in leadership position in Kajiado East wanting

George Kingori.
George Kingori.
Large flower farms in Kitengela and Isinya have employed many workers from outside Kajiado, and who can decide to have one of their own as their MP.

Most populous areas of Kajiado East fall under the Nairobi Metropolitan region and all indicators are rife that rural areas are slowly being divorced.

It happened like so in Kajiado North Constituency when the likes of the late John Keen quit active politics and paved the way to the likes of the late George Saitoti.

Kajiado North is metropolitan and Kitengela, Isinya, Kisaju and Tuala areas is also fully metro. The voters are no longer the indigenous communities like in the 1980s and 1990s.

The sizeable economy of Kitengela town is managed by non-indigenous communities, which have invested billions of shillings in real estate businesses.

These are the people who may want to change the leadership position of MP to protect their interest.

The polling station at the St Monicah Catholic Church has the largest number of voters, most of them are non-Maasai. These are the people who can change political tides in Kajiado East in 2022.

Politician George King’ori and others who may come into the political situation in Kajiado East may be seeing those numbers, which by far are more than all the votes received from the rural areas of the constituency.

Large flower farms in Kitengela and Isinya have employed many workers from outside Kajiado, and who can decide to have one of their own as their MP.

It is from this view of things that politician George King’ori sees an opportunity of becoming the next Kajiado East MP if he will play his cards well.

King’ori has since announced his entry to the 2022 Kajiado East parliamentary race, a move likely to be a game-changer in this populous constituency.

King’ori’s entry into the political mix, pundits say, is likely to change the direction of politics in Kajiado East that has for many years been dominated by indigenous politicians.

The politician, who resides in Kitengela, understands the populous town like the back of his hand and maybe the only option for change in the 2022 general elections.

Those who will seek change in the coming general election, next year, are a group of many people who have been missing out on bursaries because of the tribal barrier.

The business community in Kitengela, Kenya’s fast-growing urban centre and Isinya feel the need to have a leader who will listen to them.

The security of the people in both towns is wanting and the residents and the business community need a leader who will listen to them.

The majority of the hawkers operating in Kitengela form a big bloc of voters, who have had issues with the county administration

Over the allocation of market stalls and failing to recognise their registered groups.

King’ori, if he chooses the right party to boot, may give other challengers a run for their money.

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