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Kangundo Jubilee aspirant promises to revive coffee farming

She went ahead and assured the residents to ensure that the Kangundo-Mwala road will be tarmacked so that Kangundo town can open up to be a business venture.

By Oscar NdundaThursday, 03 Aug 2017 19:06 EAT

Rose Wambua addressing her supporter at Kangundo town after a roadshow at Kangundo town.

Kangundo Jubilee aspirant Rose Wambua has promised to revive coffee farming in the region if elected as the next MP. Ms Wambua who was addressing residents of Kangundo during her roadshow promised to ensure that all debts will be cleared so that they benefit.

"If you elect me as your MP, I will ensure that I revive coffee farming in our constituency and push the national government so that they can benefit because majority of us have been educated through coffee," said Ms Wambua.

She went ahead and assured the residents to ensure that the Kangundo-Mwala road will be tarmacked so that Kangundo town can open up to be a business venture.

"The Kangundo-Mwala road will be tarmacked so as to open up Kangundo as a business venture and that the town can develop," she added.

She added that the people of Kangundo should vote for her saying that the constituency since independence has never voted for a woman MP and it is the reason why it has been dragging behind. Ms Wambua further called on people to be peaceful even after elections because there is life after.

"Let us remain calm and peaceful even after elections no matter the outcome because before elections we need each other," said Ms Wambua.

The writer is the news editor of the Kenya Free Press





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