UDA county senate candidate Samuel Kanar Seki today said his political agenda is to promote inclusive administration in which all sub-counties will benefit equally.
Seki, who is rounding up his campaign today on Saturday, also said he will build an administration on trust which will cultivate a good working relationship with both county and the national government.
“I will also ensure the stake from the national government is well utilised,” said Seki on Saturday.
Seki, who has been consistent on his campaign pledges, said the people of Kajiado are already decided who to vote for, three days before the election day.
“I am appealing for your vote so that we can walk this journey together. As I have always said, our UDA party is promising a revamped system where no county resources will ever go to waste again. The people of Kajiado should be involved in all stages of development,” said Seki.
He said his political agenda is to promote inclusivity and asked the people of Kajiado to vote for him as their Senator.
“It has been one of my life’s greatest times as I was able to interact, with thousands of my supporters as shared my dreams and aspirations for this great county,” said the UDA.
“I must confess that since we started our political journey together in 2020, I have seen passionate love and support across the length and breadth of this great county,” he added.
He said Kajiado county has a great future as the region looks forward to new leadership from next week.