Charity Kaluki Ngilu who is a Kenyan politician and the second governor elected for Kitui County has today left Kenyans talking and praising her after doing a great job to the people of Kitui county. According to her official twitter page this Thursday, Hon. Charity Ngilu today visited residents of Zombe Kitui East where she launched Zombe dustless town by handing over an ambulance to Zombe level 4 hospital.
In addition to this, Charity Ngilu also launched water projects to Zombe Kitui East. However, before arriving in Zombe, Hon. Charity Ngilu said that residents of Kasiluni requested her to stop where she obliged and discussed with them matters pertaining development before proceeding to Zombe Kitui East.
The move has left many Kenyans particularly those from Zombe Kitui East praising her on social media particularly on twitter for her great hard work in developing Kitui county.
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