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Check How A Clever Woman Harvested All The Votes Of An Entire Town After She Did This To The People

The drought currently being experienced in different regions of this country has cause pain to many Kenyans as water has been in short supply. Bondoni slum in Nakuru is one of the areas that has suffered greatly from the drought as all sources of water have run dry. The water from the county has been flowing irregularly making the residents go for days without water.

Some ladies complained that their men might leave them because they have not showered or washed for days. Muslims have also suffered a lot because they need water to wash before going for prayers.

"The supply of water is not like it used to be, we can go for days without water, which has hurt our daily lives," Maburuka Salim said. "For three days now we have not showered, leave alone taking tea," he added.

A Lady aspirant seeking to be elected as woman representative in the August general elections heard the cry of the people and supplied water free of charge to the people in the slum. It was a great relieve to them and they could not stop praising her for helping them when they were at there lowest point.

"We are grateful for the lady [woman representative aspirant] who heard our cries and brought water bowsers to our rescue. We need such leaders who act swiftly when called upon during distress," Maburuka added

Saidi Musa, an aspiring woman representative heard the cry of the people and acted by bringing browsers full of water to the people. Her act of kindness has helped her get the support of the residents from Nakuru.

"I heard the cries of residents in this area and decided to bring water to them. The supply of water has not been constant and it is a very challenging issue, especially for Muslims who need it for religious purposes. They would rather have no electricity but a constant supply of water," Musa said.

Musa promised that if she is elected in August, she will ensure that the water problem is permanently solved by working with other leaders from the area.

"I will be at the forefront to work with companies and also lobby agencies to resolve the water issues. I would help construct boreholes and containers in houses so people could harvest water," she said.

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Bondoni Maburuka Salim Muslims Nakuru


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