Former Nakuru governor Lee Kinyanjui has finally broke his silence after failing to attend his successor’s swearing – in that happened on Thursday, 25th of August 2022.
Kinyanjui, bidding goodbye to Nakuru residents pointed out that he was grateful and honored to have been given an opportunity to serve the people of Nakuru.
“It is so in life that the beginning of one thing marks the end of another.
“It has been a great privilege serving the people of Nakuru as their Governor.
“As we turn another leaf, we wish the people of Nakuru the very best.
“Nothing gives me greater pleasure than a better Nakuru. We look forward to it,” he said in a statement.
He went ahead and thanked his staffs and the county assembly who worked with him for five years.
“I thank all the people who walked the journey with me. From staff, and County Assembly to external partners, your contribution is highly appreciated. We celebrate your patriotism.
“As it is, we must all continue building the nation in our respective portfolios. We owe it to the next generation,” he stated.
However, the outgoing county leader did not speak about why he missed his successor’s swearing-in ceremony. More