Kenya's members of parliament are usually responsible for the development of constituencies by use of the Constituency Development fund (CDF).Sectors that can be improved and developed using CDF money include education through building of classrooms, dormitories, laboratories, issuing of bursaries among others,improvement of security sector through building of police posts, improvement of health sector among others.
Cherangany member of parliament honorable Joshua Kutuny's backyard has been badly exposed following a post by Kenyans.Co.Ke.The post shows a small building written 'Montaka Police Post' funded by Cherangany National Government Constituency Development fund which clearly indicates that it is one of the projects of mister Joshua Kutuny.Section of Kenyans have reacted on the post with each giving different opinion.A good number of Kenyans whom have not been pleased with this work have expressed their opinion arguing that the building is too small to become a police post with some comparing it with toilet building.
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