What are some of the projects that are currently ongoing in your constituency?
We are currently disbursing bursaries to needy and deserving secondary and university students.
We have roads that are currently being constructed and old roads that are being refurbished.
We are also drilling boreholes and constructing dams to help farmers and members of the community and I am happy to say that more people have easy access to water.
What are some of the challenges you face as a politician?
People are never satisfied no matter how hard you try.
I love being with my people and serving them but sometimes I am forced to come to the city for legislation purposes and this is something that I struggle with cause I love being with my people.
Sometimes people can be given a false impression by enemies when you are away and you have to work hard to change their opinion.
What do you love the most about being a politician?
I love politics because you become very knowledgeable about issues in your area.I also love mingling with my constituents and being invited to churches to fellowship with them.
What would you like your legacy to be?
I want to ensure that in my tenure new roads are constructed and old ones are fixed.I want my constituency to have the best roads and infrastructure in the county.I also want to maintain high academic standards and to construct more schools.
Where do you see yourself 10 years from now?
I never thought I would be an MP today.Any opportunity that comes I will grab it with both hands.I am looking forward to the future and leaving it in God’s hands.
What message do you have for your people?
We are still waiting for funds to be disbursed by the national government and I promise you are going to see big changes and a big difference in the constituency.Patience pays.