UDA Chairman Johnson Nduya Muthama has today revealed why Uhuru cancelled his planned two day tour to Ukambani region.
Muthama said that President Uhuru Kenyatta has cancelled his planned two-day tour of Ukambani region over poor infrastructure development in lower Eastern hence he will not have any meaningful agenda to the people . Remember Uhuru had cancelled his tour over fears the visit may trigger a spread of Covid-19 but Muthama has rubbish it.
This plan came just because of pressure from Kenyans that their is unfair distribution of 'Handshake goodies' with Uhuru visiting Nyanza in May and unveiling several projects.
Uhuru had visited Kitui on June 25 for the official launch of the Marian Shrine of Our Lady of Protection in Museve and now they may not get any goodies only if Uhuru may provide another good project.
The President could begin his tour in Makueni at the Konza Technopolis before inspecting the Thwake Dam project and launching the Kibwezi-Kitui route.
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