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Part of 1300 bags of maize to benefit Budalangi floods victims

Ojaamong, Eugene to arbitrate on Ababu, Wanjala unity in Budalangi

Busia Governor Sospeter Ojaamong and Devolution CS Eugene Wamalwa in Budalangi on Sunday.
Flood victims waiting for relief food on Sunday.

Busia Governor  Sospeter Ojaamong and  Cabinet Secretary  for  Devolution and Planning  Eugene  Wamala will arbitrate on  Budalang’i MP Ababu Namwamba and  Chief Administrative Secretary  Ababu Namwamba unity pact.

The two leaders  who  launched the distribution  of  relief  food to  Bunyala flood  victims in Budalangi on Sunday said  Ababu and Wanjala need to work together to steer  development in  Budalang’i constituency.

” Otuoma  used to abuse me  but  we shook hands at the weekend to signify a new beginning. I also want you to exercise restraint and  allow Ababu and Wanjala to work together.

Handshake for the two leaders is inevitable  and the sooner the two agree to work together the better. As a CAS  for Foreign Affairs, Ababu can initiate many development projects in  Bunyala Sub County,” the Governor said.

Wamalwa  said  handshake  is the way to go  if meaningful achievement is  to be realized  lest the prevailing tension in the area will continue unabated.

The CS said  the weekend  handshake between   Busia  Governor and Otuoma  should be emulated by  Ababu and Wanjala, adding that he is ready to facilitate the handshake between the two leaders.

I will also facilitate the handshake between Moses  Wetangula, Musalia  Mudavadi,  and  the Rt Hon. Raila Odinga  to end the division in Western region that is threatening to divide the luhya community.

” It is ironical that Wetangula still claims that  Raila did not involve other Nasa co-principals  in the golden handshake that has brought peace in the country,” he said, that they don’t want to be left behind.

The residents benefited from  1300 bags of maize,  400 bags of maize, 200 cartons of cooking oil  and 20  bales of fortified  foods.

Wamalwa said more relief food is coming  including 1000 bags of beans. He urged area leaders  to ensure  a system is put in place to have  relief food distributed at sub location level.

 

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