James Kalelo footprints Jolts Chuluni Politics, Sets Tongue-wagging


James Kalelo is becoming a household name and a beacon of hope to the people of Chuluni Ward ahead of the upcoming general elections in 2022.

The promising, suave and charismatic young chap who has trained his guns for the Chuluni ward seat is becoming a political threat to the current political establishment in Kitui East, according to residents, the COUNTY DIARY Reports.

James is a team player, he is strategic thinker, he is innovative thinker – the important qualities of a good leader include integrity, accountability, empathy, humility, resilience, vision, influence, and positivity.

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He has the capacity of persuading people to do things they do not want to do, while leadership is about inspiring people to do things they never thought they could.” kalelo is God chosen leader in kitui east.

According to madam Mukai of chuluni Market, Kalelo has done several projects with his own salary.

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“You don’t have to be elected to do the development in your area” said Kalelo.

Kalelo has sponsored needy children from Chuluni to the higher education , sponsored countless football clubs and has bought several wheelchairs to the people living with disabilities.

He also organized a medical camp in Chuluni ward, he has aided construction of Chief’s office and oonstruction of gabions and culverts along neglected roads.

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Distributed over 6000 masks in chuluni ward during this pademic season
Sponsored this guy to produce songs

Organised with doctors who went to help disabled people to fill form for the cards in ithumula kamale village

Utwiini area working with community work
Kanduti football team
Participated in the Construction of the office of the sub chief kyelele sub location

Construction of gabions in ngomango village

James Kalelo development agenda irks Chuluni politics, sets tongue-wagging