By John Kariuki…
Incoming Kajiado Governor David Nkedianye has condemned the recent arbitrary killings of innocent civilians by trigger happy police officers.
His sentiments following the killing of four people while demonstrating at Masimba area.
“It’s sad and heart-breaking to have lost human lives in Masimba. Police use of excessive force, when they unleashed a torrent of violence at demonstrator’s yesterday is outrageous and unjust. Human rights are inherent to all human beings, protection of freedoms and liberties continue to apply even during protests.”
Nkedianye condoled with the families of the deceased and he promised to stand with them during the trying time.
“To the people of Kenyawa Poka you are not alone, I stand unwaveringly with the families who lost their loved ones and the injured.”
The Pioneer Governor of Kajiado county has rolled up his sleeves and is ready to make a resounding comeback. He believes in a government of inclusion of all the communities living in Kajiado.
Deputised by Joseph Manje, Nkedianye and flying the Jubilee banner, Nkedianye is assuring the Kajiado people a thorough transformation and restoration of the lost glory once they elect him in office come 9th August.
“I continue to assure Mwananchi of my plans for a progressive development when we clinch the seat come 09/08/22. I humbly ask the people of Kajiado to look beyond party lines and region and vote for me and my team. We will redeem this county together, we will walk together.”
Born in Kitengela, Kajiado County. Nkedianye is a graduate of the University of Nairobi and holds a PhD in Pastoralism land-use and conservation from the University of Edinburgh. Nkedianye also hold a Bachelor of Education in Social education and ethics from the Catholic University of East Africa.