As 2022 elections approach, most politicians have retreated to their local areas to foster development projects in a mission to win the hearts of the voters. Most elected politicians will be seeking for a re-election next year, and this makes it important for them to re-trace their lost trust by the people through initiation of development projects.
Mathira member of parliament, Rigathi Gachagua, has not been left behind in launching of projects. The latest posts in his social media handles display the ongoing projects in his constituency which have been funded through NG-CDF.
However, Gachagua was today agitated by one of his critics who posted photo of a muddy road and associated it with the lawmaker. The critic said that the road is located in Mathira constituency and that the area MP has not shown concern in upgrading it.
Gachagua was quick to respond where he asked the person behind the post to reveal the exact location of the road. The legislator also added that Mathira do not have such roads adding that such kind of roads can only be found in Nyandarua county under the leadership of Governor Kimemia.
A few weeks ago, Gachagua was also challenged by the residents of Jambo in Karatina who complained of a bad road. Days later, the parliamentarian commissioned the construction of the same road.
Mathira is one of the known constituencies which are connected with a good road network. Gachagua will be fighting to retain his parliamentary seat in 2022.
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