Digital mapping of Kisumu will be my key agenda, says Prof Wayumba.


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Kisumu County gubernatorial aspirant Prof Gordon Wayumba has pledged to digitally map Kisumu in order to improve service delivery once elected.

The geospatial engineer who unsuccessfully run for the seat in 2017 set the ball rolling at his hometown in Nyahera backed by the locals as he shared his ambitions to make the county a better place for the residents.

He said digital mapping of the county will ensure that resources and opportunities are mapped for proper planning and utilization.

“With digital mapping, you have every information about the county at the tip of your fingers, and this makes decision making easier,” he said.

Prof Wayumba also promised to ensure that all the vulnerable in the county get health insurance to reduce the burden brought about by medical bills.

Wayumba said he is much prepared than any other time and he urged his supporters to come out in large numbers to assist in voter mobilization for people to register as voters.

“I am a life member of ODM, I will support whoever is chosen if I don’t go past nominations, you don’t have to be a Governor to serve your people, I will still do this things as a professional,” said Wayumba.

With education being one of is his main concerns, Wayumba plans on supporting the bright but needy students to increase the number of university entries from the area.

Austine Ogalo
Austine Ogalo
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