The Jubilee government has invested a lot of resources to infrastructure as this is one of the four big agenda. However, although it has friend in improving the state of roads in various parts in the country, some of them are still under poor condition.
President Uhuru Kenyatta is yet again under siege after blogger Abraham Mutai took to the social media, the poor state of a Kiambu road. This is something that has attracted the attention of David Ndii, who reacted in a ridiculous way.
According to a previous post by Abrahaam, a road called Lioki- Karia- Ikinú, in Gíthúngúri Constituency was seen full of mud and impassible by vehicles. It is the road that farmers use to deliver milk. The are is headed by Area MP, Kago and Governor James Nyoro.
David Ndii reacted to this road in a statement that was possibly aimed to attack President Uhuru Kenyatta, being the head of Jubilee government.
Ndii brought a statement which he wrote in a manner that suggested they were directly said by President Uhuru as follows:
"We've built 10,000 KM of roads, more than 4 times what the three previous regime built collectively." ~Uhuru Kenyatta." said David Ndii
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