The Marsabit County Governor elect H.E Mohamud Mohamed Ali and his deputy H.E Solomon Gubo Riwe today took oath of office before Justice Francis Gikonyo at Marsabit Moi Girls High School.
The governor elect assured county residents that, politics of exclusion will have no place in his administration, adding that the county’s ethnic diversity should not be a barrier to peace and development as he takes mantle of county leadership. The county boss wholeheartedly thanked county residents for upholding peace before,during and after election, assuring them fair and just leadership. Governor Ali urged county residents to watch and embrace peace at all times, telling them that without peace nothing worthy can be achieved. The deputy governor elect Solomon Gubo who emphasised on government’s service to all,told the residents that the current reign of leadership is after development but not politics which he said is over.
The Marsabit County commissioner Magu Mutindika who thanked county residents for cherishing peace during electioneering period and after,informed the county populace that “Mashindano sio vita Bali ni Sera” and thus peace is what every leader and resident must uphold. Mutindika advised,”Let people not go overboard nor cross boarders as they celebrate their gained victory”. The Marsabit County Inter-Faith leaders led by Marsabit Catholic Bishop Peter Kiara, having shown the inauguration ceremony participants an egg,told the leaders elect that Marsabit County is like an egg that has life and aspiration,urging leaders to care of its flock as they execute their chosen role of serving the diversed communities of Marsabit.
By Boru Molmolla-the Marsabit County Communication