Most villages depend on green energy for lighting and also in performing different tusk at the farm.
If not for the high cases of criminal gangs being reported in several parts of Kenya these solar powers may have a major economical boost.
However, an elder in Masaku is in shock after losing more than ten pieces of solar equipment that were stolen by unknown people during the night.
According to a reliable source, it is alleged that the solar equipment was being used to supply water to the villagers from the borehole that the county government of Machakos drilled for the locals.
Many have said that the people behind this want to make Alfred Mutua look bad in the eyes of the community, they have resulted to vandalism of some of the projects that the county government has put in place for the community.
Regardless the progress of a nation largely depends on the readiness by the people to embrace change.
But if some elements of the society do not embrace change then the risk towards our society is greater.
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