Tourism, Natural Resources, Agriculture

A leader is one who by all means possible works for the better of the people he/she represents. Tourism, natural resources and agriculture are one of economic pillars in Kenya and therefore by all means possible they should be protected. Kitui is not listed a key tourism destination in Kenya but it is rich in natural resources and conducive climate for agriculture and irrigation farming.

Hon. David Musila believes Kitui County’s potential in food production and mineral exploitation can be fully tapped for the benefit of the residents of Kitui County in particular and Kenyans in general. He has been in the fore front in ensuring that the natural resources in Kitui are beneficial to the local people. In Mui Basin for instance, he has ensured that the Coal will benefit the locals by establishing a liaisons committee in the coal reach region that looks into the issues of the exploitation, benefits to the locals and land compensation issues.

Hon. Musila’s legislative muscles are not only limited to Kitui but also to the whole Kenyan population. For instance, he supported a motion on the state of livestock in the country as beef is a very common or rather staple meat in the country and thus livestock should be vaccinated. He also insisted that the sorry state of the KMC grounds has reduced the quantity and quality of beef production that previously could see our Republic export beef if the grounds were not grabbed. He also advocates for affordable if not free vet services to poor animal holders as well as abiding to the laws set forth with regard to vaccinations, quarantines and the likes as seen in the motion of the Kenya Establishment of Livestock Disease Free Zones in ASAL Areas of July 10, 2013 Page 9-10 (Morning).

Hon. Musila advocates for policies to be put into place, that are conducive to making food production the backbone of our Kenyan economy through the motion- Provision of Cheap Credit to Farmers by the AFC, November 19, 2013 Page 10-11.

Hon. Musila seconded a motion on the significance of producing potatoes for matters of food security by encouraging farmers to grow the cash crop as well as setting a cooperative in the society to regulate and co-ordinate any processes vital to potato farming, harvesting and the ultimate sale of the same to ensure Kenyans are fed as well as revenue being generated as per his reflections in the Potato Produce and Marketing Bill (Senate Bill No. 22 of 2014), December 4, 2014 Page 30-31.

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