The Bible says leadership is God given . Avoid leader is a blessing from God to His children. Some politicians despite representing their electorates well in the National Assembly. They go extra mile in ensuring that the lives of the common mwananchi at grassroots is also improved.
The SC Hon.Otiende Amollo has touched the hearts of the netizens on how he is out in ensuring that lives of Rarieda residents has been transformed. Apart from being vocal in political affairs of the country. The MP has always made sure he mingles with the citizens so that he gets first hand information on what their priorities are.
Today, he took time to inspect the Ksh2M St.Philps Wera school Library which he facilitated through constituency development funds. This will boost education in the region as the library will act as a resource center for the students.
Furthermore, he went on to pay a visit to visit people of Wera Village in Asembo . While there, he took opportunity to modestly improve the dwelling of Mama Caroline Ojwang, A widow and a mother of one .
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