A lady has narrated the state of bad roads as the reason she is not married. According to her, men who come into her area are unable to get deep into her village part of the reason she is not married given those who visit her village once are not willing to return back whatsoever given the state of roads as well robbery.
According to the unnamed lady, state of bad roads have seen men who have visited her village even once fail to come back. She is of the view that roads have seen her get almost into menopause without a husband.
Her prayer is that Uhuru Kenyatta will improve roads network so that at least she can be able to get married. She is clear it's difficult for men to get into her village given the fact of bad road network across the constituency and especially the village she comes from.
The lady has expressed disappointment as well claiming that she would want to get married but again urging the government to come in and do something in her village given she feels bad state of road network has seen her be left out without getting a decent man to marry her.
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