Infrastructure has improved majorly, especially through water, road and electricity through the last Mile Connectivity Project all due to the handshake.
According to Coast Inter Communities Forum Chairperson in Mombasa Michael Kituku, Mombasa has higly benefited and that should also be emulated by ensuring Kenyans can tolerate each other this political season, as the country is not ready to go back to what was witnessed in 2007-2008.
Kituku speaking at the Coast Inter communities Forum a local lobby group based in Mombasa which campaigns for the Azimio la Umoja One Kenya presidential candidate, ODM leader Raila Odinga, has called for political tolerance ahead of the August polls and allow all presidential candidates to campaign across the country in a peaceful manner and exercise restraint for the period remaining.
Kituku condemned the stoning of Odinga’s chopper during the burial of the late Mzee Jackson Kibor in Uasin Gishu county, stating that it was wrong as Kenya is a democratic country where everybody is free to campaign anywhere and that Kenyans should avoid meetings they do not support because rising political temperature is a catalyst for election violence.
Kituku said the group has kicked off economic awareness campaign in all 30 wards of Mombasa County on how Raila will revolutionize the economy of the country once he ascends the helm of power as the 5th president come 9th August.