Kakamega Women Rep unveils her strategic plans ahead of her service

County Youth Advisor Mr. Moffat Mandela and County Women Legislature Hon Elsie Muhanda. Photo: Dennis Weche

Women, youths, and persons living with disability in Kakamega County are Hon Elsie Muhanda’s biggest beneficiaries of her five-year term service in her office. This is after the county legislature launched various projects to work on during her service as a representative.

Speaking today in Kakamega town during a meeting that attracted women leaders across the 12 Sub Counties of Kakamega County, Hon Muhanda said that her time in office will witness great changes and development across Kakamega County with Women, Youths, and People living with Disabilities being fronted in her five-year plan.

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Women leaders from various sub counties paying attention to Kakamega WR Hon Elsie Muahanda. Photo: Rodgers Wakhisi.

She also added that she’s tirelessly working hand in hand with elected, non elected, organization and the national government to ensure that her agenda to reach Kakamega is accomplished.

“My biggest concern is to see a transformed society. We want to witness a Kakamega that people never imaged of, my office will closely work hand in hand with other reputable organizations to ensure that there is quality service delivery.” Hon Elsie Said.

She outlined some of her blueprint projects that includes empowering the society through the initiation of various projects geared towards socio-economic change.

“My main focus is to deliver, for now, I’m on my toes to serve the county to ensure that there is equity in social economic change. Today I vow to work with every resident of this county irrespective of their political affiliations.” Added Hon Muhanda.

The projects include the building of modern business shades for the special group to enable them to work in a comfortable environment.

The County legislature also said that the national government through affirmative action funds will closely work with her office to ensure every service reaches to every citizen of the county.

Some of her projects will include the building of modern business shades for the special group to enable them to work in a comfortable environment. She said the business shades will include lockers for safekeeping of their property, comfortable chairs for their clients and clean floor for their smooth operation

“These shades will enable the youth, women, and people living with disabilities to engage in self-employment that will help them be self-reliant as well as provide shelter to enable them to operate during all weather seasons,” she said.

She was accompanied by the Advisor, Youths Affairs in the office of the Governor, County Government of Kakamega Mr. Mophat Mandela.

Mandela echoed Hon Elsie’s sentiments citing that his office will closely work with Woman Representatives’ office to achieve the goals of the county.

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