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'I Cleaned Up Illicit Brew In Murang’a And Women Started Getting Pregnant Again' Natembeya Claims

George Natembeya, says that he brought change in Murang'a after dealing with the illicit brew while he was serving as the Murang'a District Commissioner. George Natembeya on Wednesday declared his resignation from office. George Natembeya states that he is proud of his work in the region. In addition he claims women in the area are now happy as several have become pregnant and their men returned home.

"Murang’a is the only county I think wamama walikuwa wanafanya maandamano kwa sababu wanaume hawakuweko,” Natembeya revealed to the journalists. “Ulikuwa unatembea Murang’a mzima huwezi pata mwanamke hata mmoja mjamzito kwa sababu majamaa wamepotelea kwa pombe, vijana wanalala kwa mitaro.” Natembeya stated that with assistance of Murang'a habitants he implemented the Alcoholic Drinks Control Act popularly known as ‘Mututho Law’. “Tuliclean up hiyo mahali pombe ikaisha, tukishirikiana na wananchi,” claimed Natembeya.

The immediate Rift Valley administrator accredited his work principles to John Michuki, the former Internal Security Minister. He claims to have learned a lot at the time he worked as his personal assistant. “Alikuwa mtu very particular, disciplined na aliweka masuala ya wananchi mbele, mambo mengi ambayo nilijifunza kutoka kwake yamenisaidia hadi sasa,” he quoted proudly. George Natembeya has been promoted from different positions to his current job. He has surrendered his public service office with aspirations for gubernatorial position in Uasin Gishu.

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John Michuki Murang'a Natembeya Rift Valley Ulikuwa


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