Millie Odhiambo, a member of parliament from Suba North, responded to yesterday's visit by President Ruto. The president paid a development-related visit to the area, during which he unveiled the affordable housing project, inaugurated the Soko Mjinga market, went to the dock, and attended a football game at Homa Bay Boys High School. He also had a meeting with the elected officials in the area.
In addition to the county agenda, each lawmaker sent the president a list of demands.
Suba North's wishes were presented by Millie Mabona as follows:
1. Successful completion of Gembe's Mbita Technical Training Institute
2. Finalization of the Mbita - Sindo - Magunga road.
3. Construction of a pier at Mbita.
4.Development of affordable housing scheme in Mbita.
5.Engagements regarding frequent power outage in Mbita.
6.Further engagements on the proposed Tom Mboya Teacher's College in Rusinga.
7.Building of a fish market in Mbita.
These among other development agendas was presented by the MP yesterday.
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