Ainabkoi constituency parliamentary seat aspirant Terry Chebet Maina has embarked on facemask distribution exercise in primary and secondary schools.
“The utilisation of CDF has not been at optimal with some funds remaining unutilised at the end of the financial year.
It is sad that sixty years down the road from independence,some parts of Ainabkoi have no access electricity, water, motorable roads and affording school fees is a challenge. My priority will be to address these issues” she says.
She says concerning bursary disbursement, the Community is the one that will decide the students who deserve the same.
“When it comes to representation and parliamentary debates, I will ensure that issues of my Constituents are articulated effectively and brought up for legislation. I believe the people of Ainabkoi will be happy to see their MP debate from an informed position.
Terry was born and raised at Dry’s Farm, Ainabkoi, and is married to Eng. Wilson Maina of Olare, Burnt Forest, Ainabkoi. She is a mother of 3 adult children and a leader with many years of experience. She retired early from a Senior Management role in the banking sector to engage in volunteerism for social impact.
She has been a member of the Board of Directors at NSSF, AFFA, KICC, University of Eldoret, ACT!, and is currently the National Chairman for the Kenya Girl Guides Association. She seeks to become a Member of the National Assembly for Ainabkoi so that she can give back her experience, competence, and commitment for the good of society.
She believes in transformative servant leadership to create sustainable social impact and economic empowerment among our people.