North Mugirango Constituency residents in Nyamira County have been left in awe after school children were forced to carry stones and repair a road to their school. The pupils of Riomego Primary School in Magwagwa Ward, North Mugirango Constituency Nyamira County had to service the Riomego road which leads to their school.
Hon. Joash Nyamoko who is the current MP must be biting his fingers after the photos went online. The mp comes from the area, and as expected he could have done something about it before schools reopened. Residents have revealed that the road falls under the office of the member of Parliament.
Nyamira County is one the counties in the country that have poor road networks. The current governor Amos Nyaribo has been doing everything to change the narrative but it seems there is still a hill to climb.
Heading to election year, North Mugirango Constituency residents will have an easy decision to make when choosing their next leader. Joash Nyamoko a former speaker of the county Assembly of Nyamira has a lot to do to convince electorates especially after the photos of pupils carrying stones to repair a road are all over the internet.
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