In Summary
  • MP Opiyo Wandayi threatened to table before Parliament a censure motion against the CS for failing to complete the road in time.
  • Residents threatened to block the Nairobi-Kisumu-Busia highway, which connects Kenya to EAC states, if the road is not complete in a month.

Residents of Ugunja Constituency in Siaya County have given Transport and Infrastructure James Macharia four weeks to complete the construction of the Sh1.75 billion Bondo-Siaya-Rangala road.

Led by their MP Opiyo Wandayi, residents threatened to block the busy Nairobi-Kisumu-Busia highway, which connects Kenya to other East African Community states, if the road is not completed in a month.

STALLED

Mr Wandayi also threatened to table before Parliament a censure motion against the CS for failing to complete the 42.5km road in time.

"We are demanding the immediate completion of the busy Bondo-Siaya-Rangala road, which serves at least 3,000 motorists daily.

The MP spoke to the Nation at the stalled Fuludhi Bridge along the Siaya-Rangala section of the road.

He hinted at initiating legal action against Mr Macharia for alleged misappropriation of funds allocated for the construction of the road.

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