Governor’s Press Service
Saturday 7, December 2019
Governor Charity Ngilu yesterday urged Kenyans to read and understand the Building Bridges Innitiative (BBI) report to make informed decisions.
Governor Ngilu reiterated her support for the BBI report, noting that it provides best opportunity for the country to tackle the issues of inclusivity and youth unemployment.
She said the BBI report will enhance inclusivity by allowing all communities have equal chance of producing men and women who can lead the country.
The Governor spoke this at the burial of her long time friend Davies Mulinge.
She also called upon Kenyans to be careful this rainy season.
“When you find a swollen River, wheather on foot or in a vehicle, please don’t try to cross, it’s better you arrive late but safe,” said Governor Ngilu.
Governor Ngilu eulogized Mulinge as a man of the people who was selfess and devoted to serving people from all walks of life.
Governor Ngilu further called upon people living near Masinga dam to move to safer grounds, noting that the dam is already full and almost breaking its banks.
The burial was also attended by MP Makali Mulu and MCA Alex Mbili.
Makali on his part urged the residents to read the report and look out if it deals with the issues of Uniting the Country, increasing money allocation to devolved units and tackling corruption.
Davis Mulinge was an executive officer at the judiciary who served in Kitui, Mutomo, Kerugoya and Thika where he retired in 2018, worked with Kenya Red Cross and was awarded the AA MOLU LIFE Award in 2018