Hon Ndindi Nyoro, who is the current Member of Parliament for Kiharu constituency, and also a close ally to Deputy President William Samoei Ruto ignited a hot debate online when he met with the stakeholders of 'bodaboda' sector from Murarandia and Mugoiri wards in Kiharu constituency. (Courtesy photo)
According to his recent post, he said earlier on Saturday, he met with stakeholders of 'bodaboda' sector from two wards, Murarandia and Mugoiri.(Courtesy photo)
Perhaps, he revealed that they discussed several matters regarding their welfare and development. He stated that the key one among them being Empowerment, the state of their roads and other infrastructural development.
He added that the Murarandia MCA Hon Wa Kiiru and his counterpart from Mugoiri ward Hon Nyoko attended. He then thanked them for warmly welcoming them.His post attracted several comments from Kenyans, majority of them praised him for meeting with the stakeholders of 'bodaboda' sector. They further urged him to continue with the same spirit and his political future shall be bright.
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