Governor Samuel Ole Tunai has told off opposition leaders on the political future of the county, pointing out that Narok County is a Jubilee zone. Speaking at at Olokirkirai Primary school yesterday, the governor noted that Narok county government has good working relationships with the national government and it is obvious to everyone that President Uhuru Kenyatta and his Deputy William Ruto have interest of the Maa community at heart.
Governor Tunai dug into the opposition during a fundraiser in aid of business people who incurred losses in a recent fire disaster. The governor contributed Ksh1million.
The governor gave examples of the Jubilee government’s strides in resolving perennial land problems in the county such as the issuance of title deeds in many parts of the county. Title deeds for Kipise group ranch and Ong'ata Naado have already been issued and consultations between the county government and the Lands CS Jacob Kaimenyi have resolved to issue title deeds to all residents in the county before the next general election.
Governor Tunai also revealed that the County government has requested President Uhuru Kenyatta to waive over Ksh500 million loans owed to Narok farmers by Agricultural Finance Corporation (AFC) and was hopeful the request would be accepted.