It was a new dawn full of bliss for the residents of Kenol in Murang'a county when DP president made his visit to the area. DP whose main agenda is to uplift the young entrepreneurs today expressed his plight of upgrading economic standards among the youths including those in the entertainment industry.
Speaking during the launching of Spirit TV owned by Bishop Waweru, DP emphacised that his main agenda is to ensure he present opportunities to nurture and expand the potential of the young upcoming ventures. It is noted that according to the Slogan of the UDA party, " Kazi ni kazi", the DP has been the driving wheel that propels the hope in the economic stabilisation agenda to see youths and small business people have amicable business environment.
His statements were reiterated by the host, Irungu Kanga'ta who also said that there were issues to be addressed in regard to garbage collections. During their tour in Kabati area, he assured the people that they will continue fighting to stop Nairobi from dumping their waste materials in Kabati area.
Other key stakeholders in attendance were Ndindi Nyoro and Alice Wahome.
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