22 February 2013

Kenya: Trans Nzoia Advised to Uphold Peace

Janet Nangabo, women representative candidate for Trans Nzoia said peaceful elections will help to move the county ahead in development.

She was speaking at Matunda village in Trans Nzoia during a burial. She asked police and provincial administration to improve area's security.

The New Ford Kenya candidate said she will enhance education of both females and males in the area for prosperity. "If I am elected, I will ensure nothing will deter women from uplifting their livelihoods because I understand all their problems" she said.

Nangabo is a former nominated councilor at the Kitale municipality. She said her development record while she was a councilor at the Kitale municipal council speaks itself. She urged women in the area to join or form cooperative societies to help them save and apply for loans.

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