Bishop Wanjiru promises 20 New Markets to Nairobi Hustlers

Nairobi County senatorial Candidate Bishop Magret Wanjiru has assured Nairobi Business Community that under her leadership Nairobi will get 20 New markets.

Speaking to her supporters at New Komarock Primary School in Embakasi Central Constituency in the company of area MP Benjamin Gathiru together with other UDA, MCA aspirants Bishop Wanjiru promised that small scale traders will have a secure business environment.

“We will enact policies that will offer growth opportunities and an environment suitable for business within Nairobi by building 20 new markets, the beneficiaries of the markets we will build will be for locals of that particular area this is in line with the bottom up economic model that we are advocating for in UDA.” She assured

“I will change the lives of Nairobians once you elect me as your servant, I will address the issues Water and streamline Bursaries allocations, stop grabbers of our schools and markets and ensure foodstuffs prizes go down”

“As a Bishop, a mother and a former Member of Parliament, I have the experience to offer great leadership. I have been tried and tested before, You all know me, give me this seat in August and see what I will deliver for you, Let’s all walk this journey together”

Bishop Wanjiru further lauded Embakasi Central Constituency Member of parliament Benjamin Gathiru for his development record in the constituency, especially in the education sector.

“Gathiru has been of big Benefit to Embakasi Central citizens and we can all see what he has been able to in the last 5 years, the New komarock South Primary school building with modern equipment will see more of our children enrolled in school, He indeed deserves a second term and am hopping you will not let him down”

Bishop Wajiru will be racing against Edwin Sifuna of Azimio la Umoja Coalition for the Senate seat.

She has been touring different areas of the County, meeting with different groups to discuss their problems and offer solutions.

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