The residents of Bomachoge chache constituency are happy because the long awaited construction of the road has started.They feared that the Omoringamu-Kenyenya road could not be elevated to bituminus level before the next year.Most of them started blaming the area MP Alpa Miruka for delaying to alert the govenment to built it.photo:Alpa Miruka.
However,in the last two weeks,work has been going on well on the road construction to the shame of those who were sceptical about it.'I have to serve my people welll no matter how long I take to respond to their needs.'Said Mr.Miruka.He confirmed that the road will reach Kenyenya in the neighbouring Bomachoge Borabu constituency by February nphoto:The new Road.
When it will be completed,the road will provide ashorter connection between Ogembo town and Kenyenya through omoringamu shopping centre.'Now it will be easier for us to take our bananas, sugar cane and maize to the market."Commented Alice Nyaboke.The road was comisoined by President Uhuru Kenyatta in 2017 but delayed to reach its destination becsuse of the constructor who delayed.It forced the government to change the tender to another bider who is now on the site progrephoto:President Uhuru Commissioning the road.
Most of the residents who spoke to Opera news, said they might reverse the decision they had taken earlier to eject Miruka from parliament because of none performance."We shall think of returning him to parliament if he continues this way,Said Jason Ondari.
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