Kathambi assures to work closely with constituents to accelerate development

Njoro Member of Parliament Charity Kathambi was on Thursday sworn into office to serve her second term.
The UDA Legislator made history in Njoro for being the first female MP and elected for two consecutive terms.
In her message after she was sworn in at the National Assembly in Nairobi, Kathambi assured her constituents of her resolve to facilitate the development of the constituency and the welfare of constituents.
She  pledged to complete all the projects that were commissioned in her first term.
“I will use the five- year mandate entrusted to me as MP to make sure resources are distributed fairly and equitably so that we can realize more developed Njoro” she said.
In her first term, Kathambi ensured development in the education and infrastructure sectors.
She also worked so hard on matters water services as well as conservation of environment in Njoro.
The MP has also been vocal on matters peace and cohesion on the border of Njoro and Narok.

Mututho wants MPs to fast track Narcotics Bill

Former Nacada Boss John Mututho has called on National Assembly to expedite the Narcotics drugs and psychotropic substances Amendment Bill 2020.

He says the passage of the Bill into law will see increased punitive measures to offenders and their collaborators including those entrusted to arrest the vice.

Speaking at Muchorwe,Nyota Ward in Kuresoi North, Mututho said the MPs should fast track the Bill so that the law is in place before December this year.

This be says will effectively curd drug menace in forthcoming festivity particularly among youths.

“We can’t continue losing young lives  to drugs and illicit brew and that is why we want to call on MPs to expedite the Bill on narcotics and psychotropic substances before December” he said.

The former Naivasha MP was addressing mourners at Muchorwe during the burial of Johana Kipkirui Koech whose death was linked to drugs and substance abuse.

The late is said to have been sodomized by a section of drunk youths in the area while from a den of illicit brew.

Mututho condemned the incident calling on security team in Nakuru led by County Commissioner Erastus Mbui and Police Commander Tito Kilonzi to take action and end illicit brew in the area.

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