Muranga County women representative Sabina Chege has today visited different regions in her county to address residents as she also launched her Umbrellas project in different markets. The lady first posted to inform of the Kangari Innovators youth group where she issued them with hatchery incubators.
"Today, I visited the group at their local assembling point at Kangari town kigumo Constituency. The group will partner with my office to distribute the Incubators to the organized groups within Murang'a County." she said
In her second visit, she visited Kangari market where she had an interaction with traders in the area. She however gave some directives concerning the market that is currently under renovation and traders are operating by the road side.
"As a remedy to mitigate the challenges experienced by these traders during these rainy seasons, I have issued the traders with market umbrellas to be used for the time being before the market is complete." she said.
Kenyans who were however not impressed by this had some mocking comments. Here they are.
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