The United Democratic Alliance party government has been doing its best to deliver on the promises that they made to Kenyans since they came into power on August 2022.
Picture courtesy. Image from the scene in Nyali.
The Kenya Kwanza Government, led by President William Ruto has received its share of praise as well as criticism by the way in which they have been running the country.
This evening, according to the available reliable reports that we have with us from the Nyali Member of National Assembly, Mohamed Ali, he has revealed that he launched a 'mulika mwizi' mast in his constituency.
The High Mast was launched at Majengo Mapya that is found in Freretown Ward in Nyali Constituency in Mombasa County as per the reports that we have with us.
Picture courtesy. Image from the launch of the high mast.
Tens of residents are said to have been at the event to usher in the mast that was launched a few moments ago this evening as per the reports that we have with us.
The residents will benefit from the light of the high mast that will see the area well lit to ensure that security is enhanced in the area and the residents can go about their business.
Here is a statement from the Nyali Constituency Member of Parliament, Mohammed Ali, "I was thrilled to commission the High-Mast at Majengo Mapya in the Freretown Ward. I am determined to see Nyali Constituency residents benefit from well lit pathways, enhancing their safety as well as visibility at night. Nyali iko Love."
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Picture courtesy. Image from Nyali Constituency.
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