Charity Ngilu is one of the most known politicians in the country. She is not only known because she is one of the few female governors in the country but she is also known because she is always vocal and extremely controversial.
In recent days, she has been involved in a war of words with DP Ruto and his allies over land grabbing cases and again today, Charity Ngilu became a talk of the nation only that this time round, it was on a positive note that made her win millions of hearts as she disclosed to the people her latest big move in Kitui county.
Through her official twitter account, Charity Ngilu disclosed that she had launched the Kitui livestock carriers. She went on to explain that the carriers will be available to all livestock farmers to facilitate livestock transportation.
"I am pleased to launch the Kitui Livestock carriers. The carriers will be available to livestock farmers and traders to facilitate livestock transportation between markets and delivery of livestock to abattoirs like Kenya Meat Commission (KMC) depots." Tweeted Charity Ngilu.
That is a big move that many people around the nation liked. It is always the joy of the people seeing their leaders perform and today, Charity Ngilu did exactly that.
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