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I want to accomplish Dori’s dream, Feisal tell Msambweni voters

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[Msambweni Parliamentary aspirant Feisal Abdallah (left) with DP William Ruto. Photo/courtesy].

Msambweni Parliamentary hopeful Feisal Abdallah Bader has appealed to locals to vote him as the Msambweni MP on December, 15 during the Parliamentary by-election.

Addressing locals in Msambweni, Feisal said former Msambweni MP the late Suleiman Dori had a five year work plan for his constituency.

Feisal who served as Personal assistant to the late MP said he is in a better position to accomplish what the former Legislature wanted to achieve.

He said the late Dori was implementing various projects with an aim of uplifting the living standards of Msambweni dwellers.

Projects

The Infrastructural development sector, Healthcare, Mashinani initiatives where he empowered youth and women, the girl child education are just but few projects that the late MP tirelessly worked to fully accomplish,” said Mr Feisal.

He said with the five year work plan in place he will ensure all the pending projects are completely achieved through engaging Msambweni residents at grassroots level.

“We all know how the MP traversed his constituency to fast track development projects. I want to continue accomplishing his dreams,” said Feisal.

Among other projects in the late Dori’s five year work plan are expansion of water projects for Msambweni locals, youth empowerment projects and bursaries for less fortunate Secondary and University students from the constituency.

The race

Feisal is an independent candidate backed up by Deputy President William Ruto.

Feisal is to battle it out with Wiper party candidate Shee Abdulrahman, ODM candidate Omar Boga and another independent candidate Sharlet Mariam Akinyi among other contestants.

The late Suleiman Dori was famously known for his slogan ‘Kazi kwanza’.

He succumbed to cancer while receiving treatment at the Pandya hospital in Mombasa in March, 2020.