Popular Kikuyu gospel singer Loise Kim has declared interest in the Kiambu Woman Representative seat.
Kim says her decision to venture into politics is informed by her desire to change the lives of Kiambu people, especially women, youth, and persons with disability.
"I have been doing charity work helping mothers, youths and persons with abilities. I can do wonders in Kiambu using my gospel name and the honorable title. We have a responsibility of bettering the lives of our people and I want to be counted in the process," Kim told People Daily.
The Ngatha hitmaker joins the growing list of individuals eyeing the seat that is currently held by radio presenter Gathoni Wamuchomba, who has set her eyes on the Githunguri parliamentary seat.
Other Kiambu Woman Representative hopefuls include Emma Wangari alias Mama Mwiko, Mary Kirika, Njeri Bakari and former Kiambu TNA coordinator Gladys Chania.
Kiambu Deputy Governor Joyce Ngugi and motivational speaker Ann Wamuratha are also said to be interested in the seat.