The Nyandarua Governor Francis Kimemia today faulted some of the county leaders who were telling the locals that there was no meaningful projects that were being done by him. He said that he was up and down just in ensuring that the residents got good services.
He further added that there was a need of the residents to be aware of such leaders whose main motive was to get into power. He also noted that the time of politics was going to come and that they will get a perfect opportunity to sell their ideas to their supporters.
Kimemia nevertheless did note that there were projects that were ongoing in the county and upon completion they were going to help many people. He said that as a government they were aware of what the people of Nyandarua wanted in respect to service provision.
He finally urged the locals to avoid getting drawn in unnecessary politics because there were more important things that were of importance to their lives.
Attached is a video link of Kimemia speaking:
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