Political leaders are doing what they can to ensure they ascend to power in 2022 general election. They have started development projects in the grassroot levels. These projects are aimed at wooing the electorates. Currently, many Kenyans have witnessed renovation of public institutions like primary, secondary and other technical colleges.
Tangatanga camp that is being headed by DP Ruto is not left behind. Leaders in this camp are shining in the grassroot levels. Honourable Kimani Ngunjiri who is the area member of Parliament for Bahati Constituency is doing a great job. He has improved primary and secondary schools in his region.
The recent job be has done in St. Bakhita Girls secondary school is recommendable. Through Constituency Development Funds (CDF) he has constructed a storey building that is going to host classes and other offices.
Honourable Kimani Ngunjiri's work as attracted praises from many people. Some are even wishing that Honourable Kimani Ngunjiri could have been their leader.
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