A section of Kiambu County assembly members have challenged governor William Kabogo to stop initiating more projects in the area and instead complete those his government has started.
Led by Limuru town ward representative Njenga Murugami, they observed that almost all the projects the Kabogo government had initiated were yet to be completed while others had completely stalled.
Murugami cited such projects as the Limuru fire station, Limuru stadium Kamirithu polytechnic, area open air market, security high masts, administration offices and feeder roads in the area as some of the projects which were yet to be completed despite being started two years ago.
He alleged that the county government had failed to involve members of the public before starting the projects noting that most of them were started with the aim of gaining political mileage.
‘Most of the projects should not have been given priority and might end up being a waste of public resources but had they consulted the stakeholders, the projects would have since been completed’, he said.
The civic leaders at the same time called upon locals to be wary of politicians out to use the youth to cause chaos as the general elections draws near.
He advised the youth to desist from being youth by power hungry politicians who has no interest of the region at heart.
Calling on locals to register in large numbers, Murugami noted that claims of voter apathy were real in the whole country a thing he said was caused by lack of civic education.