(Former KRA Director and Kabuchai parliamentary aspirant Evans Kakai addresses mourners during the burial of the late Fentry Sanja in Kisiwa village, Kabuchai Constituency on Saturday 19th September, 2020. PHOTO CREDIT/PETER OTANG’) )
Former KRA Director Evans Kakai has warned resident of Kabuchai Constituency against being forced into the Building Bridges Initiative (BBI) without knowing the contents of the document.
Speaking in Kisiwa village during the burial of renowned auctioneer Fentry Sanja on Saturday 19th September, 2020, the former Jubilee activist cautioned the residents to first read the document before making decisions to support it.
“Don’t be fooled to support the BBI if you don’t know what is in there. The document must be translated into a simpler language that we can all understand before making our decisions,” said Kakai.
Mr. Kakai, who is an ardent poultry farmer, also accused local leaders of playing divisive politics at the expense of the residents.
“Our divisive politics has denied this region massive development and leadership shares in the government, something that will keep pulling us behind as other regions develop.”
Kakai also took the opportunity to announce his interest in the Kabuchai parliamentary seat during the 2020 general election, promising to stamp credible representation and development for the people of Kabuchai.
The Kabuchai parliamentary seat is currently being held by former MCA James Mukwe who is recovering well from treatment.
Kakai has called upon leaders to unite and bring development to the residents.
The burial was also attended by the Bungoma Liberation patron Zackery Barasa, Bungoma County Woman Rep Sween Khaoya among other leaders.
The late Fentry Sanja passed on a fortnight ago after a short illness.cument.