Kenyans took on social media to pour a lot of praises to NTV Kenya news for taking an initiative to address the pathetic state of public road in Narok South Constituency in Narok county. According to the photo which went viral on social media, one of the road is seen to be so muddy and totally unpassable for any transport means.
In the same photo, a motorcycle is seen stuck in the mud while the owner is helplessly standing on the another side, not knowing what to do next. (Courtesy photo)
However, kenyans have wondered if the leaders from the same area are aware about that indescribable challenge. They said if they are aware, why don't they use there power and also public resources to solve that pathetic challenge?
According to the residents from Melelo ward where the above road is featured from, they claimed that the road is next to prominent leaders the likes of area MCA, the deputy governor of Narok county and also area Member of Parliament. They registered their dissatisfaction over their leadership and they called upon them to act swiftly for the sake of their voters.
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