A clergy man has advised members of Parliament to stop limiting themselves on Constituency Development Funds(CDF).His advice comes after allegations that CDF has been scrapped off by being termed unlawful.
The constituency development funds was funds given to members of Parliament to use in developing their constituencies and for helping the needy students.
The clergy man stated that members of Parliament should stop focusing more on CDF.He alleged that there are many people in the society who are willing to help in society development by coming up with initiatives.He advised members of Parliament to work with such people.
He urged political leaders to come up and support developments initiatives.He added that we can use counties and governance structures to advance the development and growth of the people.He said that work does not have to stop because there is no CDF.He asked leaders to coordinate and mobilize resources to make developments.
Watch from 5:12 to 2:29 in the video below.
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