Rongo MP Paul Abuor will be the first legislator in the larger Nyanza region to organise an annual public participation forum just to cover on his performance in office. With only eight months after being elected, Abuor said he will organise the public participation forum to gauge his performance directly from his voters. The move he said was part of his election manifesto and campaign pledge as Rongo residents complained of being left out by elected leaders who only stayed in Nairobi until election time. “As I promised during my campaigns and as spelt out in my manifesto we are going to use each year as a milestone to measure my performance,” he said.
Despite ODM working closing with the Jubilee government, Rongo MP Paul Abuor has said those being the new scandal at National Youth Service should face the full force of law. Abuor called for speedy investigations over fresh NYS. He said it is unfortunate that when former Youth CS now Kirinyaga governor Anne Waiguru left the new officials promised to streamline things at the office. “We know we are working with the Jubilee Government, but we need a speedy probe on the scandal,” he said. He was speaking with Migori News at Kosodo Primary School in his constituency on Tuesday. A report by the Director General of the National Intelligence Service exposed that 13 vouchers amounting to Sh8 billion were paid to "ghost" companies for non-existent supplies to the NYS. It is alleged that senior government officials used proxies to register companies that were used to siphon money from the organisation.
Chaos in Migori after the recent completed elections