Waita Promises Better Working Conditions For County Staff

He assured workers of well-deserved promotions, eased mobility, accommodation, and other perks to ensure they are proud to work in the Machakos county offices.

Machakos governor-candidate Nzioka Waita has committed to retain serving county workers to implement his manifesto.

Speaking after a rally in Matuu, the CCU Party leader said the Waita-Suluhu government has no time to waste, claiming he would need all hands on deck to deliver the Machakos Metropolis manifesto.

“No one will be fired in our administration. We have a very aggressive agenda that we want to push, so we dont have time to waste on disturbing the service board. We can only do this by empowering all our staff.”

He assured workers of well-deserved promotions, eased mobility, accommodation, and other perks to ensure they are proud to work in the Machakos county offices.

“Under our administration you will be given a free hand to execute your work. we will support the county government service board to ensure merit-based promotions are carried through.”

As part of his manifesto, Nzioka Waita promised to modernize the operations of the county, inorder to ensure smooth running services to Machakos residents.

“We will modernize our systems to ensure service is delivered effectively. You will get the mobility you need to work in any part of Machakos county comfortably.”

Nzioka Waita stepped up his campaigns as Kenya neared its general elections, set to be held on August 9th 2022.

He has called on voters to turn up in large numbers to vote for him for a chance at transforming Machakos county.

Waita is stacked up against former Transport CAS Wavinya Ndeti, UDA Chairman Johnson Muthama and Rose Mulwa.

Governor-candidate Eng. Francis Maliti withdrew from the race.