Embakasi Central Kayole will soon be a classy suburb once all the projects set aside for the constituency attain completion, the area MP has said.
Honorable Benjamin Gathiru Mwangi spoke on Wednesday after spending the day assessing the progress of a number of projects he recently rolled out in the constituency.
Three Schools Set To Benefit at Kayole
Three public schools are set to benefit from the construction of perimeter walls. They are The Komarock school, Thawabu Primary in Kayole Southward, and Kayole North (Matopeni).
The MP said he will also be constructing three classrooms at Komarock Primary School as well as an ablution block at Calvary grounds.
“I am happy to report that all contractors are on-site,” said Mwangi.
Only Residents To Be Hired
He assured residents that only youth from the constituency will be hired to help carry out the projects. “The manpower employed is from Embakasi Central in an effort to cushion our youths from the difficult economic times occasioned by the Coronavirus pandemic.”
Mwangi, a first-term MP who garnered an emphatic victory in the last elections, told Tony Mballa that he was determined to raise the standards of his constituency to compete effectively with the rest of the county.
“It’s disheartening to note that anytime a crime is committed in the neighboring constituencies, people always point an accusing finger at youths from Kayole, a residential area located in Embakasi Central. We want to change this perception by empowering our youth and enhancing the outlook on our constituency.”
I’ll Cushion People From Covid-19, Says Mwangi
Mwangi assured his constituents that he was also determined to see them through the Covid-19 pandemic which has wreaked economic havoc on lives since its outbreak early in the year.
“At the same time, I am working tirelessly to ensure we lay the right foundation for a better Embakasi Central for all to work and live in for I know we will overcome this pandemic.”
The Embakasi Central MP has been cushioning his constituents from the implications of the coronavirus pandemic. On June 8 this year, he distributed essential items including foodstuffs to residents.