Bungoma Governor Wafula Wangamati has signed a Memorandum of Understanding with key political stakeholders in the county in a bid to increase his chances of reelection ahead of the fast-approaching general elections.
Wangamati, who is finding it hard to organize his machinery for the course, hosted close to 2,000 political stakeholders from Bungoma’s nine sub-counties for a consultative meeting at his Ndengelwa home.
According to his press service, the governor will guide his administration on how to work with the group in ensuring efficient service delivery to the people.
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