BY NAROK NEWSPAPER EDITION
Narok County Governor, Samuel Tunai has assured the residents that his administration is committed to fulfilling the development agendas he promised to residents before he was elected in office.
He said his Administration has spent most of the two years period in putting up structures since county governments did not exist before.
“I urge residents to be patient with us since none of the counties has been in existence before, we are confident we will fulfill our vision to the people before we get out of office,” said Tunai.
Tunai was speaking in Mulot trading center over the weekend where he said during the two years he has been in office, much has been done ranging from renovating over 100 feeder roads, improving the health sector by purchasing drugs in all health facilities, connecting water to the town dwellers among other projects.
The governor however said his two year term in office has not been very smooth as leaders opposed to his leadership style have been inciting residents against him and opposing every development agenda he proposes.
“We have not been able to work well as a county government due to too much politicking from leaders who oppose development, such leaders have been pulling our county behind,” he alleged.
He urged the leaders opposed to his leadership to start and finish their own projects without handing them over to the county government to be completed.
Last week, the governor told off Narok West Legislator Patrick Ntutu for constructing a dispensary without consulting his county government yet he wanted the county to equip the health facility with drugs and personnel.
Patrick Ntutu was among other three MPs namely Moitalel Ole Kenta (Narok North), Korei Lemain (Narok South) and Johann Ng’eno (Emurua Dikirr) who opposed Governor Tunai leadership and led residents to demonstrate early this year demanding for the removal of the governor.
Mary Lolchoki, a youth from Ntulele area says she has seen much improvent in the health sector since the counties came into place.
She said unlike before when one was sent to buy drugs from the chemist, currently an individual is given drugs in the hospital.
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