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I continued with my tours of development projects across the county today with visits to Kyumvi, Athiriver and Mlolongo towns.
We are opening Machakos to rapid economic growth using our people and investors through trade and infrastructural development.
The six-kilometre stretch from Mombasa road through Kyumvi police station to Kyumvi Market will be tarmacked as soon as possible. Makutano town on the other hand will be paved in the coming financial year, to give the town a modern look and encourage more businesses to set up shop in this strategic town.
I have recommended that local youth be given opportunities to work in the upcoming cabro works for the Athi River market external market, street lighting as well as the paving for non-motorized transport that is set to begin immediately.
I am a firm believer in empowering my people instead of providing handouts. We have to break the dependency syndrome in Kenya and the best way is to have good leaders with policies meant to empower the people.
We begin the process of fixing the sewer system in Mlolongo next week. I have made a drecree that there will be no open sewer in Mlolongo, and I will personally monitor the progress of this project.
I continue to urge Kenyans to elect leaders seeking higher office based on their track record. Let’s reject the empty rhetoric from tired politicians who have nothing much to offer our country. It is time to demand better from our leaders and this begins with voting in the right leaders.
We have to stop recycling leaders then expecting progress. We must wisen up.

Dr. Alfred N. MUTUA, EGH
Governor of Machakos,
Maendeleo Chap Chap Party Leader & 2022 Presidential Candidate.
March 5th, 2021

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