Maragua Member of Parliament Hon Mary Wamaua addressing members of the press conference. (Photo courtesy).
Maragua Member of Parliament Hon Mary Wamaua, who was once reported to have decamped from Jubilee Party to Deputy President Dr William Ruto's camp UDA ahead of August 9 general elections, has made a u-turn and praised President Uhuru Kenyatta's Jubilee government leadership, saying that it has done a very good work especially disbursement of bursaries to her constituents and they are all happy about it.
Wamaua added that the Building Bridges Initiative (BBI) was a very good document especially to Mount Kenya region, through devolvement of more resources to help people get bursaries and other benefits. Therefore, it is a document which she wished could have gone through to facilitate devolution of more resources to counties. Wamaua was reported to have moved to UDA sometime in last year which caused her to be chased away from the Azimio la Umoja Movement national convention, which was held in Kasarani Stadium on 10, December 2021.
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