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“I will con­tinue with my du­ties as a Mem­ber of Par­lia­ment. I can­not says whether this mat­ter has a po­lit­i­cal mo­tive but I can say that the as­sailant had ill-mo­tives and that he knew what he wanted to do. “He cut head teacher Sa­muel Mwangi in the head. The man then con­tin­ued com­ing for me, it is at this point that my body­guard tried to block the at­tack but the panga-wield­ing man pushed him to the ground and at­tempted to cut him but he shot him three times.”


“The Pres­i­dent in­di­cated that we have done 3,000 kilo­me­tres. There is as­ser­tion that this came from the pre­vi­ous Govern­ment. How­ever, the govern­ment had the man­date to com­plete the projects which were started like what we have, the Isi­oloMer­ille-Marsabit-Moyale Road. The Ju­bilee Govern­ment has a right to take credit be­cause they bud­geted for th­ese projects. There is the pro­gramme of 10,000 kilo­me­tres road which will dou­ble the kilo­me­tres of tar­mac in this coun­try. That is a very big step to­wards im­prove­ment of road in­fra­struc­ture in this coun­try. So, as­sert­ing that the Ju­bilee Govern­ment has not done a lot, is not the truth.”

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