Wanjala promises to revive projects neglected by Ababu

Former Budalang’i MP Raphael Wanjala has promised to revive all his former projects ‘neglected’ by MP Ababu Namwamba.

“My CDF committee had allocated cash to buy land at Munani to build a primary school, but when the sitting MP took over from me in 2007, his CDF committee refused to implement it,” he said.

Wanjala was addressing a rally at Munani trading centre on Thursday. Wanjala is trying to make a comeback.

Hes said even the Ruambwa-Mudembi rice irrigation scheme, which he launched, has failed to improve livelihoods.

“I will turn the rice drier in Nadero village into a dispensary because Ruambwa residents have been trekking all the way to Ruambwa health centre in Siaya county for treatment,” he said.

Wanjala was said he will move the rice drier closer to the rice fields.

He said if elected he will allocate money to buy land for a secondary school.

“Our children after sitting the KCSE exam are forced to seek admission in Siaya schools due to lack of a secondary school nearby. I will build one.”`

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