Former Embakasi Member of Parliament Ferdinand Waititu has revealed his intentions to vie for Kiambu governor's seat come 2017.
The Kabete MP Race aspirant assured that he will use the Kabete seat as an example for Kiambu people, to show them he can work for them better, in a bigger office.
Speaking during an interview on Friday morning, Waititu, who had also vied for Nairobi gubernatorial seat in the last elections stated that Kiambu people have urged him to work for them due to his previous track record when he was a leader.
“I will work for you and have an example to proof come 2017 so that you can elect me as your governor,” he added.
Waititu also urged Kabete voters to elect him since there is no time to train those with no experience, and he has gone round the area and knows what the residents yearn for.
“Kabete is much undeveloped compared to other areas like Githunguri, Kiambaa or Gatundu, and yet they are in the same region of central Kenya, and I will work to better the roads, provide clean water and take care of health issues", he echoed.
“I will distribute funds equally to every ward and make sure CDF money is well utilized,” noted the former MP.
Kiambu gubernatorial seat, which is now under William Kabogo was contested by many such as James Nyoro, Kanyanja Gakuru and David Gathii, who may still aim for the seat in the next 2017 General election.