Kitui Governor Charity Ngilu has called for joint support and goodwill from all leaders for faster growth in the county. 

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Governor Ngilu with Former Deputy Inspector General of Police Joel Kitili

Kitui Governor Charity Ngilu has called for joint support and goodwill from all leaders for faster growth in the county.

Addressing thousands of faithfuls who converged for a common service at the ACK church in Kitui today, the county chief said that commitment to attain a poverty free county is her top agenda.

We must speak to ourselves and come up with a solution. It’s unfair to spent millions; for instance on the imported uniforms of our children while we can produce it ourselves” she said.

She called for quick implementation of policies in the ministries to guarantee the realization of the five-pronged development pillars in her campaign manifesto.

The governor said that her focus to curb water scarcity and attain a food secure county remains key under her leadership.

Presiding Bishop and ACK leader Ole Sapit expressed contentment on the support the church received from different political leaders and said that it was a good precedence for a promising future.

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Accompanying the governor was Deputy Governor Dr. Wathe Nzau, SEKU Vice Chancellor Prof. Geoffrey Muluvi, Former Deputy Inspector General of police Joseph Boinnet, several MCAs and County Executive Committee Members.

A total of sh. 8million was raised.

 

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