By NNE Correspondent
In his gubernatorial launch in April, Joseph Tiambati Musuni had been as mercifully practical as he’s been reflective, embracing his inner politician to restore the Narok County dream, so he said.
Musuni laid out his policy platform during the launch in his home at Olokurto ward in Narok North subcounty. The ex-principal secretary in the Ministry of Information Communication and Technology said he plans to focus on job creation and further promising to declare war in corruption in Narok County.
The presumptive governor said he leaves no stone unturned in the race to unseat Gov. Samuel Tunai and setback – Patrick Ntutu – a Chama Cha Mashinani newcomer in the gubernatorial race, who left a cavity in Narok West MP seat.
We are in the race to win it. And we have a clear strategy and a clear message that we’ll take to the voters all across the county –Joseph Musuni.
Joseph Musuni goes to the race with advantages that few others can match. He’s already famous having contested for the governorship in 2013 merely losing to the incumbent – he’s a proven performer – the Ministry ICT of ranked best when he was at its helm. Musuni served as a general manager at the National Social Security Fund (NSSF) before moving to the Kenya Commercial Bank until 2010, leaving this financial Institution in the capacity of head of credit; he worked at the bank for 25 years.
Mr. Musuni also served as a director of Telkom Kenya Limited after graduating from the University of Nairobi, with a Bachelor’s Degree in Science (Mathematics). He holds a master from the Maastricht University.
With unrivaled experience to crafting institutions policy agenda, Musuni believes that there is nothing that is impossible in Narok County – that with proper management and effective restructuring – every resident in the shire will celebrate.
My aim is to unite all residents of this county and work to ensure we move on as a team – Joseph Musuni
And Musuni wants to vastly pour more county resources into boosting education quality throughout the county in addition to pursuing and implementing an economic blueprint as governor to address a county’s economy which he says has run off the cliff.
His goal of creating more jobs is supercilious: Musuni put job creation at the center of his campaign, claiming that there are thousands of graduates both Narok and Transmara regions who are unemployed. On his pledge blueprint are thousands private-sector jobs -they are big numbers, but they are also goals that the presumptive governor asserted as attainable.
Musuni has continued to bemoan what he says a poor county transport network, with impassable feeder roads and the need to tarmac and upgrade the current and existing transport corridors, expressing support for passable town lanes, tunnels and even elevated routes.
Besides roads infrastructure, Musuni says he would quickly operationalise the ward development funds and create ward economic development liaison committees to work with businesses to streamline permits.
His is a pledged to run on an optimistic message- he says he wants to leave a significant impact in the lives of the residents of Narok County, campaigning on an inclusive agenda.
Mr. Musuni says the prosperity of Narok County is his pride
He asserts that the entire county will witness greater economic awakening under his leadership.
The rural parts are just as important as urban and pre-urban settings. We’re going to put resources behind rural development programmes to get jobs we need in the rural parts of the county- Joseph Musuni
Musuni, a tireless advocate for justice, is seen by many residents as a governor who will time and again fight for all the people of his county by building consensus, finding common ground and defending the county’s progressive values,” said Raphael Maleto, a Musuni supporter.
The ODM gubernatorial flagbearer has outlined an aggressive list of goals that he plans to accomplish if elected, amid the present economic prospects looking bleak. Joseph Musuni says every residents in the county has an equal stake and part to play, calling upon the business community and tax payers to ask aspirants how they intent to address economic woes.
My election is going to be a win for every resident in this county, it shall be, and will always be. The county government shall be fashioned into a free-flowing information hub that benefits every business man and woman – Joseph Musuni
By far the most crucial – and strained – challenge faced by business persons in the county is bureaucratic licensing processes.
Without doubt, as August elections draw closer, there is no escaping the conclusion that the county gubernatorial election, because of the interplay of an array of political dynamics — the rise political merchants, conceptual artists, pinion-shapers, paradigm-shifters, the technology political revolution and the transparency of political deliberations—is turning into a battle of wits and money.
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