- Newly elected Langata MP Feix Odiwouri has received a donation of KSh10 million in medical services that will benefit his constituents
- Odiwouri popularly known as Jalas said he received the donation from the Shree Swaminarayan community of Langata
- The donation will allow residents of Langata to have a free media camp on October 2, 2022, where they will receive all medical care free of charge
A month after Felix Odiwour, popularly known as Jalang’o or Jalas for short, was elected MP for Langata constituency, he hit the road running.
Jalang’o receives a donation
The former radio presenter and comedian announced on Wednesday (September 14) that he had received a donation of KShs. 10 million to help his constituents.
Sharing the news on his social media platforms, the MP said for the first time that the donation was in the form of medical services, noting that there would be a medical camp thanks to the donations.
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“Today, on behalf of the Langata people, I received a donation of KSh10 million in medical services from the Shree Swaminarayan community of Langata,” the MP wrote.
“October 2 we will have the biggest medical camp ever here at Shree Swaminarayan Hospital at Bypass, come all out for this special day,” he urged residents.
According to the newly elected MP, there will also be free transport to hospital, free medicine, free health checks, free surgeries and all the medical care residents need.
Internet users praise it
The announcement left netizens who have always been inspired by Jalango’s weed-to-grace story full of praise, with others saying they knew it would work.
“One thing about Jalas, kazi nayo atapiga. It’s not even been weeks, and he’s already helping people on the ground where it matters most. Health care is very expensive, and so it’s a excellent initiative mhesh.”
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“This is the leadership we need. May God bless you and guide you on this journey you have undertaken.”
“Hitting the ground while running… The one I really admire about you is the way unachapa kazi.”
“Jalas will surely work, I hope once he runs for president I will definitely vote for him.”
“It’s nice to have an MP who was in the media. The intro to this project is epic.”
Jalan’o wins the siege of Langata
TUKO.co.ke previously reported that the ODM party candidate defeated all four opponents in the August 9 election and was declared the winner after going without equal.
According to the IEBC, Jalang’o garnered 38,948 votes, beating incumbent MP Nixon Korir, who received 36,836 votes.
On Wednesday August 10, the incumbent Lang’ata MP ate the humble pie after the indication that he would lose the race.
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The lawmaker, who was seeking to retain his seat on a ticket from the United Democratic Alliance (UDA) party, said preliminary results showed his main challenger had taken the lead.
Here is what Korir said:
“To the people of Langata, I sincerely thank you for granting me the opportunity to be your MP for the past 5 years.”
“It was a great opportunity that gave me the opportunity to help build our nation and serve the people.”
“Based on the results we counted at Generali Center, my competitor Jalango has a lead, and I want to congratulate him as he prepares to take over and move Langata forward.” Siasa si chuki. God bless Langata.”
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