Mwala MP Eng. Vincent Musyoka Musau alias Kawaya is among the candidates who have been cleared by IEBC to contest for Mwala MP seat.
In an exclusive interview with Mauvoo News, the MP outlined the key things he was planning to do to the people of Mwala if they re-elect him for the third time.
Being an expert in ICT, the legislator revealed that he was going to open an ICT Centre in the sub-county fitted with fibre optic cables or Wi-Fi that was going to enable in the creation of employment for the youths as well as improve the education standards of the sub-county and also train the youths on how to do online jobs that will earn them money.
He said that through the ICT Centres many youths would get jobs as well as open businesses in the centres. He noted that he came up with this idea after seeing the change that Masii stadium had.
“I Would like to create jobs for our youths out here and I plan to build an ICT centre in this area to ensure that all our youths have access to the internet. We also can train them to do online jobs. Being an expert in the field of ICT I would be of help to them and this will improve our area,” The MP said.
“When the ICT centre is opened there will be restaurants inside it, cyber cafes and through this, the economy of the community will be improved,” he added.
The MP revealed that he was going to open a recording studio to promote talents in the sub-county as he had realised that most youths in the area were full of potential but lacked the resources and places to explore their talents.
In matters of Water, the legislator blamed the County Government as having failed adding that in his tenure as the MP Mwala he has opened free water points for the constituents and saw it as something that could be worked on adding that he was going to add more water points to ensure there is access to the communities as well as institutions in the sub-county.
On Road infrastructure, he assured residents that he was going to lobby for more roads to be constructed and tarmacked in the area to increase accessibility as well as spur economic growth.
The MP promised to put more effort into education, sports and cultural improvement in the society when elected for the third term. He vowed to continue the bursary program that has been benefitting thousands every year in different tertiary institutions.
Kawaya is running on a UDA Party Ticket for the Mwala Parliamentary seat. Other aspirants include Barckleih Kilei of Wiper party, Peter Kathukya among others.