Tangatanga allies and other leaders allied to the deputy president William Ruto, seem not to be involved in the ongoing Building Bridges Initiative. On the contrary, they have deployed a strategy by keeping in touch with the voters by engaging in various development projects as a way to achieve a good reputation.
These leaders have maintained a stand that empowering people is the best bridge to uniting the people across the country. They argue that when people are economically engaged, unity and peace prosper automatically rather than documenting unity solutions in writings that may not be honored.
For instance, Kiharu member of parliament Ndindi Nyoro is tirelessly engaging in infrastructural developments aiming at upgrading schools in his constituency. He cites that a conducive learning environment will positively improve the performance and quality of education in the areas thus upgrading the literacy level in the region.
In Nakuru County, vocal politician Kimani Ngunjiri is focusing on improving roads that are usually affected by heavy rains in the region. His constituency, Bahati, is an agricultural area, and hence upgrading roads will have a significant impact to facilitate the smooth flow of agricultural produce to the market.
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