Murang'a governor elect has pledged to improve education standards and the economy of "this resource endowed county".
Former managing director of KCC, Mwangi wa Iria said he will use his vast experience to ensure Murang'a becomes a model county in the country.
"My main agenda is to put money into the pockets of Murang'a people and ensure that their children are in school," he said.
Addressing residents after being declared the winner, wa Iria said no child in the county will classes due to lack of school fees since the county government will ensure there is enough bursary to help children from needy families.
He urged all losers and winners of the various elective posts to join hands for the good of the county.
"I will play a managerial role to ensure that every sector in the economy improves. But I cannot do it alone, we must all come together and fight to improve the livelihood of our people," he said.
Wa Iria promised to form an all inclusive county government that will be representative of all areas in the county.
He said women and other marginalised groups will not be relegated to the back rather they will have a part to play in development of the county.
Meanwhile, Murang'a senator elect Kembi Gitura has appealed for peace in the country.
Speaking after being declared the winner, Gitura said all candidates should respect the outcome of the polls.
"I appeal to all aspirants and their parties to respect the will of the people expressed through the ballot so that peace can prevail in the country," he said.
His sentiments were also echoed by the county's women's representative elect Wanjiru Chege who appealed to the presidential candidates who will loss at the polls, to concede defeat.