Stop politicking, focus on development-Mishra tells North Rift MPs.

Kesses member of Parliament Dr.mishra Kiprop has asked members of Parliament from rift valley region to unite and ensure that they improve on developments and not just politics without developments.

Speaking in Tarakwa ward kesses constituency when he was giving out a school bus to Koiluget Secondary School and thirty five (35 ) cows to needy women he said that his work is to ensure that the people of his constituent are living a better life and improve on developments.

“The people of kesses employed me to work for them and that is what I am doing. To improve their lifestyle and ensure that my constituency is more developed. He said.

Dr. Mishra gave out the school bus to Koiluget Secondary School and he also asked the driver of the bus to be careful and discipline while driving the school bus.

The school will also get Wi-Fi to assist in other studies like computer studies and a 49 inch television for entertainment and studies from television programs.

He also promised candidates in Kesses constituency that are sitting for Kenya certificate of primary education (KCPE) that whoever get position one, two and three will get a prize of 100 thousand, 50 thousand, and 25 thousand respectively.

Dr. Mishra also gave out 35 cows to needy women a project that he had promised the people of his constituent that he will give out 100 cows in each constituency.

” I have given out 35 cows today but the remaining ones will be delivered accordingly. The cows are given to the needy women those who doesn’t have cows at their homes to at least survive.” He said.

Dr. Mishra also urged Kenyans to be cautious before taking their relatives and friends who are sick to India. He said that their are conmen who are taking money from poor Kenyans to transfer people to India then disappear after collecting the money.

“There is a bill that will be in Parliament in two weeks time that will make sure that before taking a patient to India the parson in charge should be vetted to ensure that he is doing the right job.” He said.


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