Hon Ndindi Nyoro, who is the current Member of Parliament for Kiharu constituency, and also a close ally to Deputy President William Samoei Ruto ignited a hot discussion online when he met with stakeholders from bodaboda sector in Kiharu constituency. (Courtesy photo)
According to his recent post, he said it was a great day sharing with their brothers and sisters in the bodaboda sector.(Courtesy photo)
Perhaps, he added that they started at Wangu ward with the area MCA Hon Kamote, and later at Gaturi Ward with the MCA Hon Esther Mwihaki.
He further said it is the aspiration of every rider to grow and diversify their income streams, and they are doing their best to assist the hardworking stakeholders in this critical sector of our economy to rise higher and to continue building our country.His post attracted several comments from Kenyans, majority of them praised him for engaging with stakeholders from bodaboda sector. These are some of their reactions:Kindly enjoy reading comments and don't forget to share widely￼
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