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Kitui South MP Dr Nyamai endorsed for re-election

 More than 300 Jubilee Party delegates have endorsed Kitui South MP Dr Rachael Kaki Nyamai for her third term re-election in her rural Mutomo home.

Kitui South MP Rachael Nyamai distributes relief food to her constituency residents on May 12, 2020. She is seeking re-election on Jubilee Party ticket for August 9 General Elections. Photo/COURTESY

Dr Nyamai will be flying the Jubilee Party colours in a region dominated by Kalonzo Musyoka’s Wiper Democratic Movement.

Speaking to party delegates, she said she was optimistic of re-election as her development record speaks for itself.

" I have served you well since you first sent me to Parliament in 2013. I am still strong and ready to continue serving you if you give me another opportunity" she said.

Dr Nyamai was first elected into the National Assembly in 2013. For two terms, she has overseen a number of life changing projects implemented in her constituency.  They include the construction of Kibwezi-Mutomo-Kitui Road and construction of three campuses of institutions of higher learning. They are the Kenya Medical Training College, Ikutha Technical Training Institute and the South Eastern Kenya University (Seku) Mutomo campus.


As she seeks her third term in office, Dr Nyamai pledges to continue issuing bursaries to needy students and refurbishing schools which were in dilapidated conditions before she assumed office.

To improve security and local administration, her office has constructed police posts, chief’s and assistant chief’s offices across the vast constituency.

At a time when Jubilee has faced a significant political haemorrhage of key allies, re-election of Kaki will be the much need shot in the arm of the ruling party which has lost many parliamentarians to United Democratic Party.

The Party Leader of UDA is Deputy President William Ruto who alleges that it was the Uhuru-Raila Handshake that “killed” Jubilee Party.

According to National Assembly’s website, Dr Nyamai is a reputable educationist who taught both Kenyatta University and the then Seuco before she was elected to the August House in March 2013.

Owing to her leadership skills, she served as the chairperson of Departmental Committee on Health throughout her first term in office.  She is currently the Chair of Departmental Committee on Lands, according to the parliament’s website.


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