Man shelves MP dream after wife picked to be Malala running mate

Inyangala said he had released his wife wholeheartedly to serve the people of Kakamega and promised full support for her political ambition.

Beatrice said it was a great honour for the women of Kakamega for her to have been accorded the huge responsibility of taking the mantle to deputise  Malala.

She said she will remain steadfast in supporting the Kenya Kwanza coalition and pledged to lead Deputy President William Ruto’s quest for the presidency.

She said under her watch, Kakamega will have participatory leadership that will address balanced development in the county.

“My sole promise is to listen to concerns and prioritise the people’s wishes in our development plans to ensure we have equitable distribution of resources,” she said. 

“It’s not about the deputy governor position, but what the county can do for the people. We have problems with roads, bursary distribution, water  and there is an unfair share of development.” 

The deputy governor hopeful said among her priorities will be to empower women through enhancing and strengthening their small businesses and their women groups.

While reading the endorsement speech, elder John Maina said they have faith in her and thanked Malala for agreeing to work with a woman.

“It’s the first time we are picking a woman leader in Malava to vie for a top position. We have given her our blessings and we endorse her to vie for that position,” Maina said.

“We know she will help us address development like infrastructure and provide bursaries among other issues.” 

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