Kabondo Kasipul Member of Parliament,Ms. Eve Obara has urged leaders to work together to fulfill pledges they promised the residents during election campaigns.
Obara said election was now behind every one and it is time for all the constituents to work together to achieve the much needed progress and improve their lives.
The MP was speaking during a Sunday service at Gideon International Ministries at Kabondo west in her constituency.
She took the opportunity to urge the immediate former MP Silvence Osele who was present at the church to join hands and help her transform the constituency.
Osele avoided the call only saying he was happy with what God had done in bringing together President Kenyatta and ODM party leader Raila Odinga through the March 9 handshake.
The handshake has brought Kenyans together, brought calm and peace, he said, calling for more support of the handshake.
Elsewhere, Obara launched the setting up of a police post in Kasewe chief’s camp after public participation on the proposed parcel of land for the post.
During the launch, Obara urged women and youth to seek business capital from the women and youth fund in the constituency to start small businesses or boost what they already have to improve on their livelihood.
She promised to offer 30 percent of the NG-CDF and constituency office jobs available to youth and women.
The event was attended by all chiefs and their assistants, led by Rachuonyo East sub county DCC, Jack Obuo who said the new police post is intended to boost security in the area.
Source: Kenya News Agency