Mumias East Member of Parliament, Peter Salasya showcased his dedication to uplifting the lives of his people in his constituency by gifting them with cash.
On Sunday, June 25, the MP welcomed groups of women and men who flocked to his village home, where he generously distributed financial assistance.
A video shared on social media captured the touching moment, the MP noted that he feels happy when he helps people
“Saturdays and Sundays are always my date with my constituency to visit me and say hi to me na waniletee mambo. I feel good when I see people around me. Tukutane next weekend again,” he tweeted.
Peter Salasya’s commitment to connecting with his constituents is commendable. By personally engaging with the women and men who visited his village home, he demonstrated his genuine concern for their welfare and desire to make a positive impact in their lives.
The act of distributing money not only provides immediate financial support but also serves as a symbol of empowerment and encouragement for the women in his constituency.
Empowering people is crucial for social and economic development. By investing in women’s financial well-being, Peter Salasya acknowledges the critical role they play in the community and recognizes their potential to drive progress.
Peter Salasya’s dedication to his constituents is evident in his regular engagement with them. By designating specific days each week to connect with the community, he establishes a strong bond and fosters trust.
This open-door policy creates an environment where people feel comfortable approaching their representatives, discussing their concerns, and seeking guidance. It also strengthens the sense of unity and shared purpose within the constituency.
However, it was not vividly clear the exact amount of money each person got in the rare gesture of kindness by Salasya.
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