Nairobi male politician vows to take care of single mothers in 'all needs' if elected

 

Nairobi senatorial aspirant Samuel Masaki photo

Nairobi senatorial aspirant Samuel Masaki pledges to take care of single mothers, youths and widows after being elected.



The candidate is striving to inherit Senator Johnson Sakaja who has expressed interest in the gubernatorial seat. 



The youthful politician is contesting on the UDA party and is banking on the aid of the youth and women to destroy opponents.  



“I will guarantee that everyone is safe including single mothers and widows. Let us reject those making noise on social media with total disregard for women. We must reject leaders who don’t respect our mothers and assure they go home,” said Masaki.


He noted the youth had sorrowed untold suffering in tracking for jobs and committed to putting systems in place to ensure young people benefit from government tenders and opportunities.



“I want to guarantee young people that there is still hope. Given this chance, I will ensure that there is a valid implementation of the 30%, equitable sharing of revenue and ward development fund in Nairobi county. I know you know who are the beneficiaries of the 30% and I guarantee you that I will fight for your space,” explained Masaki.


 “I want to tell musicians looking for these positions that we will ensure we fight for their rights. We’ll assure that we put the MCSK to give them their rightful shares so that we can be able to have equitable shares and conditions for everyone,” added the aspirant. 



Masaki was a Jubilee Party Youth League secretary-general from 2013 to 2019, he contested for Embakasi South parliamentary seat in a by-election after the annulment of Julius Mawathe’s victory.


Mr Masaki  wil contest with city lawyer Caren Nyamu and gospel musician Rufftone for a UDA ticket before facing off with other political bigwigs in the race.  


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