Mothers and other business people in Muthurwa will not be paying double amounts of money they are accustomed to when transporting their goods and services.
Samwel Mundia, aspirant Member of County Assembly for Central Business District ward observed that business people are paying high amount in matatus, they also pay on alighting and when entering the gate market.
Recently he travelled around Muthurwa market mobilizing traders to vote for like minded leaders as he explained what is coming next.
"I will make sure when elected the first 100 days, paying for goods and services will be only once." He said to a mammoth crowd.
Mundia also revealed how traders will benefit if H.E Ruto wins the presidency, disclosing they will not be left out of allocation of more resources and people are going to achieve more development.
According to Mundia he said he is determined to serve the business people of Muthurwa market at MCA level.
In addition he said they will always be beneficiaries when it comes to the distribution of funds and bursaries.
"I will collect all the certificates of our self help groups and start planning how H.E Ruto will visit us and inject bottom up funds to our groups."
The pro Kenya Kwanza politician also asked traders to ensure Nairobi gets a UDA governor so that they be included in everything that is going on.
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