Murang'a governor aspirant Jamleck Kamau unveils his running mate
Former Kigumo Member of Parliament Jamleck Kamau, who is vying for the Murang’a governor’s seat on a Jubilee Party ticket, has announced his running mate.
Kamau on Tuesday unveiled Dr. Naomi Njeri Kagone as his deputy saying she has the experience needed to revive the economy of the county.
“Murang’a currently is doing badly in terms of development and the county needs a leader who will change the economic status of the county and a leader who has not been involved with corruption,” said Kamau.
“This time Kenyans should not be misled into putting in place a government which will fail them, my appeal to Murang’a residents is to ensure you have the right people to lead you.”
Dr. Kagone, on her part, thanked the gubernatorial candidate for having trust in women leadership saying she will play a key role in championing the interests of women and youth.
“My duties and responsibilities will be on a complementary approach but not a competitive approach.”
Dr. Kagone is the director of Kenya Chamber of Commerce, Murang’a chapter, and holds a Doctorate of Philosophy in Entrepreneurship.
She is also the Chief Executive Officer of Voice Business Development Consulting Limited, which deals with business capacity building and marketing.
Kamau, who is trying to clinch the Murang’a governor’s seat for a second time, will be competing with Irungu Nyakera (Farmers Party), Wairagu wa Maai (DP), Dr. Moses Mwangi (Safina), Micheal Gatongo (ANC), Irungu Kang’ata (UDA), and Eng. Joshua Toro.
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