Baringo South MP Aspirant Dr. Cynthia Kipchillat has said boosting security is top on her to-do list.
Speaking when she toured Nosukuro, Kiserian, Sokotei, Mosuro and Sirata areas for campaigns, the Maendeleo Chap Chap candidate said she was keen on resolving land disputes and ending cattle rustling to ensure communities in the vast constituency coexist peacefully.
“If elected into I will lead efforts to ensure that lasting peace is achieved so that locals can contribute to nation building at the same time get empowered economically,”she said.
She assured residents that if elected in the by election she will deliver her election pledges including improving education and infrastructure and help broker peace between two warring communities.
Dr. Kipchillat, the only woman in the contest said she was optimistic of emerging victorious in the by election slated for the August 17th.
She will face off with Jubilee’s Charles Kamuren, who is seen as a frontrunner in the parliamentary race.
Other candidates vying for the seat include Edward Tamar (PNU), Lewis Megiri (PDR) and Paul Kimaru (Independent).
The seat fell vacant following the demise of area MP Grace Kipchoim due to colon cancer.
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