By TCD TEAM.
Former Kitui County Assembly Budget Chair who was also the Tseikuru Member of County Assembly hon Boniface Kila Kasina has been shortlisted to run for the office of the county assembly Speaker.
Kasina ran for the first time under the wiper ticket in 2017 and won with a landslide, he did not defend his MCA Seat because he was eyeing for the Bigger Responsibilities in kitui county or across the country.
Speaking exclusively with TCD, Kilaa Said he has been nominated to run for the office of County assembly Speaker and he is confident that he win emerge the winner.
The election of kitui county Assembly will be held on 21st september (tomorrow) 2022 at the kitui assembly chambers.
“I look forward to serving the people of Kitui as the county Assembly Speaker” the assembly needs a progressive mind, he has Challenged his fellow MCAs to dream bigger and better” hon Kilaa added.
He represented the people of Tseikuru Ward in the last Assembly where he served as the chairman of the Budget Committee of the House.
He is a businessman with interests in financial consultancy, insurance and real estate. Additionally Mr. Kilaa is versed in both Assembly and Executive budgets.
He attended St.Joseph’s Seminary in Mwingi for his secondary education and later joined the university where he graduated with a Barchelors degree in Business Management (Accounting & Finance) with a minor in Human Resources.
He also holds an MBA in Strategic Management & Msc in entrepreneurship.
Before joining the Assembly as an elected MCA, Mr. Kilaa was a senior banker with 17 years of experience under his belt.
Among the banks he worked with include KCB, BARCLAYS, STANBIC, NCBA where he managed over 500 staff including middle level and junior managers.
Mr. Kilaa is well versed in House proceedings having been a member of the Assembly and Budget chairman for 5 years.
During his tenure, he established cordial working relationship with the Controller of Budget, hence his ability to unlock any bottlenecks that might precipitate salary/allowance delays for MCAs.
Mr. Kilaa says he knows the vote lines which address MCAs needs and the adequate amounts needed to sufficiently cater for their welfare as they discharge their public duty.
He Spearheaded an Assembly leadership delegation on the Governor’s Memoranda which saw continuity in service delivery after a major standoff