Nimrod Mbai Un Matched Development Records In Kitui East CONTINUES to Irk Critics


Brave and Promising legislator for Kitui East Hon Nimrod Mbai who is seen as the Possible future Governor Of Kitui County has continued to win banquets of praises from locals.

The budding legislator is Bold, firms in his political operation – Nimrod is a go getter politician – he has the Vigor, he has been recognised by the top political class for being aggressive in tackling national issues.

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Under the leadership of Kitui young legislator, Nimrod Mbai, the Constituency development fund NG-CDF has constructed 24 new Secondary school to meet 100% transition program and reduce dropout percentage in Kitui East, the COUNTY DIARY Reports.

Mp Nimrod Mbai has seen the construction of the IEBC office see in Zombe. The building of Over 100 of classes in both Primary school and Secondary schools .

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Mbai initiated opening and building construction of five new Police posts alongside the Tana River Border to cushion the perennial insecurity in the area.

The National constituency development fund for Kitui East (NGCDF have changed the Bursary allocation program and for this financial year by taking the bursary cheques to parents at their Sublocation level.

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A perfect example of transparency and accountability, despite being criticised by a few individuals who lives in Mombasa, Kajiando and other town dwellers who Rarely go home.

Nimrod by all standard is the most popular MP in Kitui County, and the most aggressive on National issues, Coal mining is a thing if the past.
Kitui East Bursary Committees Conduct Public Participation
Nimrod engages and encourages youth during the talent scouting event.
Nimrod Initiated more police posts in kitui east to cushion camel intruders.
Mp nimrod Takes a jig with traditional dancers in kitui east.