- January 28, 2021
- Posted by: p mulee
Kenya’s High Commissioner to Uganda Kiema Kilonzo (left) and ICT Cabinet Secretary Joe Mucheru (Right) Display a book during its launch in Nairobi on Thursday December 17, 2020. The book is authored by KBC News Anchor Purity Museo. Also in the picture is Mr Charles Mulila, a director with KBC (far left) -FILE PHOTO
Kenya’s High Commissioner to Uganda Julius Kiema Kilonzo has decried poor road infrastructure in Kitui County which is to blame for many ills affecting the residents.
The envoy who has declared his Gubernatorial contest during next year’s polls, blamed former and current governors of Kitui, Julius Makau Malombe and Charity Kaluki Ngilu of failing to put roads development as a top priority.
“Developed infrastructure means a better and enabling working environment. In Kitui such doesn’t exist and a results residents are forced to trek for kilometres in search for better services or better healthcare”, he pointed out.
He has promised that his dministration after 2022 general where he predicts to win will ensure such essential amenities are at the doorstep of Kitui County residents.
Ambassador Kilonzo has continued receiving an overwelming support since he said would be on the ballot box to rescue the County from bag governance.
“Ambassador Kilonzo remains our hope to salvage the rotten state of county affairs. Let’s support him”, said one of his supporters in Kitui town.
“Let us support *BALOZI KIEMA KILONZO* for better roads and shun dilapidated and impassable roads. Improved roads open industrialization and better housing facilities” posted ‘TEAM KIEMA’ on social media.