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Arama slams DP Ruto over bottom-up model, says not genuine with Kenyans

The Nakuru Town West Legislator has on many occasions defended his development agenda in Nakuru West attributing it to good working relationship between him and President Uhuru Kenyatta and Interior CS Dr.Fred Matiang’i.

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Nakuru Town West MP Samuel Arama has told off Deputy President William Ruto over the bottom-up model.

Speaking in Nakuru West, Arama said the Deputy President is not genuine with Kenyans who are going through harsh economic times.

He said it was hypocritical for DP to go around the country purporting that he will transform the lives of Kenyans if elected President.

The second term serving Legislator argued that DP Ruto has been in government and that if he has not been able to transform the lives of Kenyans then he cannot purpot that he will do so in future.

“The Deputy President should be genuine with Kenyans.He has been in government and if he has not delivered, then how can he claim that he will do so in future” said Arama.

The vocal Nakuru Legislator also took issue with MPs allied to Ruto’s UDA party.

He said the Legislators who claim to have ditched Jubilee party for UDA have lost focus on development and are now busy on campaigns moving from one county to another.

Arama challenged them to start focusing on transforming the lives of their constituents first before engaging in 2022 politics.

“There are these group of MPs who every weekend they are with DP.I think it’s high time they start focusing on development in their constituencies instead of moving around aimlessly” he said.

The Nakuru Town West Legislator has on many occasions defended his development agenda in Nakuru West attributing it to good working relationship between him and President Uhuru Kenyatta and Interior CS Dr.Fred Matiang’i.

 

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MP Arama calls on residents to register as phase 2 of mass voter registration kicks off

The second phase of enhanced mass voter registration kicked off on Monday January 17th and is expected to run upto February 6th.

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Nakuru Town West MP Samuel Arama at a past media address.PHOTO/Pristone Mambili.

Nakuru Town West MP Samuel Arama has called his constituents who are not yet registered as voters to come out and do so.

He said the second phase of enhanced mass voter registration is key and residents should make good use of it.

Arama who has declared that he will be defending his seat in the August polls, was very categorical that Kenyans have a great role to ensure good leadership.

He was however quick to note that this can only happen through votes hence need for all to register and participate in the August polls.

“I want to urge those who have not registered as voters to ensure the come out during this second phase of enhanced mass voter registration and register.That is the only way you will be able to participate in the August polls” said Arama.

The second phase of enhanced mass voter registration by IEBC kicked off on Monday January 17th and is expected to run upto February 6th.

Arama once again called on locals to join the Azimio la Umoja movement being spearheaded by ODM leader Raila Odinga.

He said that is the only way to ensure a united and peaceful country moving forward.

The Lawmaker called on politicians to stop attacking the office of the Directorate of Criminal Investigations (DCI) over its efforts in taming graft in the country.

Arama said the war on graft should not be politicised.

The legislator noted that individuals alleged to have been involved in graft should carry their own cross instead of dragging their entire community into their woes.

The vocal MP condemned leaders who have been accusing the DCI of targeting certain individuals in the anti-graft war, adding that Kenya must move forward with or without some political elements.

“If one is found corrupt, it is that individual not the whole community. If I am corrupt, it is me Arama not my entire community. So let us stop politicising the fight on corruption by attacking the DCI,” said Arama.

Arama said he fully supports the fight against corruption which is being spearheaded by President Uhuru Kenyatta, adding that public money meant for development has been looted and should be returned.

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Meet fearless Nakuru MP who fully believes in President Kenyatta’s development legacy

Though having not declared which party he will use to contest the 2022 polls, the MP has always maintained that his development record in Nakuru Town West is clear and that is what will give him the upper hand against his opponents.

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Nakuru Town West MP Samuel Arama at a past eve

While Nakuru County has 11 elected Legislators, one Member of Parliament has stood his ground. Nakuru Town West MP Samuel Arama.

The second term MP is the only leader who has maintained his stand on supporting and believing in President Uhuru Kenyatta’s development record.

Many of the other Legislators have seen to base their support for Deputy President William Ruto. However, Arama has on many occasions seemed to differ from those allied to DP Ruto.

The fearless MP was elected for his first term on Orange Democratic Movement (ODM) party ticket. He later ditched ODM and joined the Jubilee Party which he contested on and won the 2017 polls.

He has maintained that his good working relationship with the ruling Jubilee administration, under the leadership of President Uhuru Kenyatta, has seen great development realized in Nakuru Town West.

“The President has continued to work hard in seeing to it that we have Development. Under his leadership, several infrastructural projects have been initiated in Nakuru West,” said Arama in an interview.

There are improved projects funded by World Bank making Nakuru Town West constituency shine in Nakuru county, and nationally in extension.

The MP has also been on record telling off those opposed to President Uhuru Kenyatta’s development legacy across the country.

MP Arama’s belief in development record has seen him earn ‘Arama wa Maendeleo’ title among his constituents. According to him, all leaders should stop politicking but rather focus on development.

“The President has been very clear that the focus should not be on politics but rather on development, peace and stability,” said Arama at a past event.

Though having not declared which party he will use to contest the 2022 polls, the MP has always maintained that his development record in Nakuru Town West is clear and that is what will give him the upper hand against his opponents.

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MP Arama hosts Christmas treat for constituents

Speaking during the event, the MP was categorical that such a gesture was key in ensuring unity of the people and showing true love.

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Nakuru Town West MP Samuel Arama at the Christmas event.PHOTO/Courtesy.

Nakuru Town West MP Samuel Arama hosted constituents and friends for Christmas.

The joyous moment saw locals served breakfast at the Legislator’s residential in London Ward.

They were later handed Christmas goodies each.

Speaking during the event, the MP was categorical that such a gesture was key in ensuring unity of the people and showing true love.

“Hosting my friends, neighbours and constituents for Christmas is satisfying. This is the perfect way to celebrate the birth of Jesus Christ in our hearts” he said.

The vocal Nakuru Legislator also used the opportunity to urge his constituents to maintain peace ahead of the 2022 polls.

Arama has been very close to his constituents assisting them in various aspects.

It will be recalled that when the COVID-19 pandemic struck, Arama was very philanthropic donating food and non-food items to the constituents.

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