By John Kariuki
Women at the Kitengela Market have decided to elect leaders with a vision and who will bring them development without tribal discrimination.
This were the sentiments of Kajiado County Deputy Governor Joseph Manje who has instructed local residents to elect responsible leaders.
Manje and who is seeking leadership under former First Governor David Nkedianye, has said that Kajiado County is lagging behind because of a leadership that does not care about the interests of the people.
Manje accused Governor Joseph Ole Lenku of not showing his performance, pointing the finger of blame at his incompetence.
Some of the issues he raised include road infrastructure, corruption, poor economic conditions in the county, and poor infrastructure considering that there is one of the collapsed bridge over poor construction.
Therefore, as we approach the general election, which is forty-three days away, Manje has advised Kajiado residents to refine their leaders before giving them a chance to lead and also to look at their performance.
He assured them that he and David Nkedianye, have clearly shown that they can be trusted in the leadership given that when they were at the helm the residents of Kajiado saw the work they did.
Manje and Nkedianye are vying for governorship with the Azimio la Umoja one Kenya Alliance ticket while Katoo Ole Metito will be vying with the Kenya Kwanza ticket.