Meru Governor Hon Kawira Mwangaza has been seen as working accomplishing what she had promised his people. In her official Facebook account said that transparency is the antidote to corruption and laziness. She further stated that she have had a meeting with an agency from Japan that will help in improving 26km access roads.
"Transparency is the antidote to corruption and laziness. Today, I Had a meeting with an agency from Japan that will help us in improving 26km of access roads from Mjini, majengo and Gitimbine using the do-nou technology. The project is set to last for 3 years and will benefit 1250 youths. In the first phase, the project will employ 500 youths from the three communities," Hon Kawira Mwangaza Governor Meru County.
Hon Kawira Mwangaza further said that she has created a government of 'Kusema na kutenda' and that is why she will bring the project through public participation.
"I made a promise to the mwananchi that I will create a government of ‘Kusema na kutenda.’ This is why in this project, there will be thorough public participation, which I myself will be present, to help appoint the neediest youths from these communities to take part in the construction of the roads," Hon Kawira Mwangaza said.
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