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Tim Wanyonyi Promises To Pay NHIF for the Elderly If Elected Governor


Nairobi gubernatorial candidate Tim Wanyonyi has heightened his campaigns in the city pledging to pay the National Hospital Insurance Fund (NHIF) for the elderly should he clinch the governor’s seat.

Wanyonyi who was speaking in Embakasi South on Wednesday assured the electorates that his reign will take care of the elderly by first giving them a better healthcare program.

According to Wanyonyi the city is facing poor governance and the only remedy to that effect is to give him the mantle come August 9th.

“When I become governor, I will ensure that you have clean water and well equipped health facilities to ease the pain of hardworking Nairobians. I will also ensure that my government pays the elderly the NHIF so that they can have a better healthcare,” he said as he interacted with Embakasi South residents at Mukuru kwa Njenga estate.

“When I look around, I see bad drainage systems, sub-standard business stalls and premises and I want to promise you that as your governor, I will address all these challenges,” he added.


While campaigning for Azimio la Umoja presidential candidate Raila Odinga, the Westlands Member of Parliament said he will support the Social Protection Fund where Kenyans will be entitled To Ksh. 6,000 monthly stipend by adding  Ksh. 2,000 .

“Let us vote for Raila Amollo Odinga as our fifth president he has a great vision for this country with his leadership we will do wonders to make Nairobi a better place to be,” Wanyonyi said.

Meanwhile ODM Secretary General Edwin Sifuna says the party will soon issue a ticket to Wanyonyi for the Nairobi gubernatorial race.

According Sifuna ODM does not have any other candidate vying for governor’s seat.

“Honorable Tim Wanyonyi is the sole applicant and you will get your ticket. I can assure you,” he said.