Locals within Wundanyi/Mbale Ward in Taita Taveta County have been urged to embrace youthful leadership so that they experience a different taste of dedicated leadership.
The residents have been further urged to embrace a revolution in the ballot so that they benefit from complete dedicated community service.
Addressing locals in Wundanyi, Jubilee candidate for the MCA seat Collins Gift Mzughula said he is dedicated to accomplish what the late MCA Beatrice Mwabili left pending.
He said representation in the Taita Taveta County Assembly is key for the Wundanyi/Mbale Ward locals.
Mzughula said time for change is now and the residents need to focus on community servant who will walk with them at grassroots level.
“Let’s not be lured into monies that will be poured around, but let’s all think about our future and that of our generations to come,” said Mr. Mzughula.
He assured residents that all their concerns will be squarely presented to the County Assembly for proper actions.
“If we closely walk together in this journey we will as well reap together on development issues,” said Mr. Mzughula.
The contestant appealed to fellow youth to drum support for his bid to become the Wundanyi/Mbale Ward Representative.
The youthful politician vowed to challenge his opponents in the December, 15 by-election.
He said he has been living with the community and all concerns revolving around the community among them water scarcity, land issues, youth and women empowerment among many other concerns are well known to him.
He said with the help of locals such issues will be steadily addressed.
The Wundanyi/Mbale Ward seat fell vacant following the death of MCA Beatrice Mwabili.
Ms Mwabili succumbed to gallbladder cancer in March, 2020.
The political battle has attracted a total of 10 contestants.