NTSA boss to contest for governorship post
The National Transport and Safety Authority chairman Lee Kinyanjui’s term comes to an end Wednesday, September 28.
Lee Maiyani Kinyanjui was appointed by President Uhuru Kenyatta to head the board on September 20, 2013 for a period of three years.
Kinyanjui, who spoke in Gilgil on Tuesday, September 27, said that he will, upon expiry of his term, engage in active politics and will be contesting for the Nakuru County gubernatorial seat.
He added that he will seek Jubilee Party’s nomination where he will face off with incumbent, Kinuthia Mbugua, NACADA chairman, John Mututho, and Senator James Mungai, all of whom are eyeing the same position.
Kinyanjui said his focus will be on empowering the people of Nakuru to achieve decent livelihoods through meaningful development.
While serving as Nakuru Town MP between 2007 and 2013, Kinyanjui also served as an Assistant Minister for Roads in the coalition government.
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