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Come 2017, You will Judge Us By Our Fruits – Alice Tells Kiambu Residents.

Thika Town MP Alice Wambui Ng’ang’a has told Kiambu residents that come 2017, she will let her developmental record speak for her as she will be seeking for her second term in office.

Speaking at Kimuchu and Gatuanyaga Primary Schools when she was presenting desks to the schools, Alice said that it was the high time people started holding their leaders accountable for their election pledges.

“I came to you in 2007, 2010 and 2013 pledging to work with you in order to bring development to Thika Town Constituency. My first priority was education as a tool to empower our young children to compete the job market. I have endeavored to fulfill that promise throughout last three and a half years by ensuring that our kids got bursaries and our learning institutions acquired the necessary facilities to enable students learn in a conducive environment. I believe I have not failed you in that promise,” said Alice.

She boasted that unlike her critics, she ensured that secondary school students benefited for at least sh5,000 in bursaries for day scholars and as much as sh20,000 for those who were getting full bursaries.

She highlighted a number of school projects that she had initiated in the area that included the construction of classrooms, dining halls and laboratories for secondary schools administration blocks and water boreholes among others.

She said that in a month’s time, her office will begin drilling boreholes for both Gatuanyaga and Kimuchu primary Schools so as to arrest the problem of water I these facilities.
She also reminded the people of Thika that the much awaited road construction works to ease the transport hitches caused by traffic snarl-ups in Thika Town would start in the month of April.

Plans were also underway to fence off Kimuchu AP Line during the same period.
On empowering of the people, Alice said that her office would continue expanding the irrigation projects in the semi-arid areas of Ngoliba, Magogoni and Gatuanyaga to enable the people to grow foodstuff throughout the year.

She expressed confidence that she was never a one-term MP, saying that she would lead this constituency for the next five years before she asked the people for a bigger assignment.
The two schools benefited from 140 desks each.

Alice promised to assist Gatuanyaga Primary School acquire more classrooms so as to ease the problem of pupil congestion in classes.

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