According to his recent post, he said they will build a TVET institutions in Kiambaa constituency which will absorb thousands of their youth, and equip them with the necessary skills to make them ready for the job market in the country.(Courtesy photo)
Perhaps, he confirmed that they interacted with residents of Gachie in Kihara ward, accompanied by Hon Moses Kuria, and other local leaders.(Courtesy photo)
It's remembered that the UDA party candidate is facing a steep competition from Jubilee Party candidate Hon Kariri Njama. However, the Hustlers nation team which is leaning on UDA party exuded a lot hope that their candidate shall emerge victorious in the forthcoming by-election.
His post attracted several comments from kenyans, majority of them praised him for his best and unique political tactics he employs to win the hearts of the voters. They further urged him to continue with same spirit and he shall emerge victorious.
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