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National Assembly CDF Committee starts inspection of CDF projects

The National Assembly’s Select Committee on CDF has started the process of inspecting the NG/CDF projects in Nyamira and Kisii Counties.

On Sunday, the Committee led by MP Wafula Wamnyinyi and his Nyaribari Chache counterpart Richard Tong’i started with Borabu Constituency in Nyamira County where they toured several projects and they will be concluding on Tuesday before proceeding to Kisii County.

In Borabu Constituency the committee inspected among them the ongoing CDF office at Nyansiongo Area, the ICT hub and the recently completed Borabu Teachers Training College among other projects.

Borabu MP Ben Momanyi who is out of the country at the time of the committee’s visit was represented by Nyaribari Chache MP Richard Tong’i and the Constituency CDF chairman Duncan Omenge.

Committee Chairman Wafula Wamnyinyi expressed the committee’s satisfaction with the current state of development in the various constituencies funded by the NG/CDF, saying the legislators have committed the funds in the right way since there are visible projects that have been undertaken by the CDF funds.

“We are glad as a committee about what we have seen here. If you go across various constituencies in the country, you will not miss a project that is either complete or almost complete, funded by the NG/CDF, and this shows a lot of commitment among our legislators.” Said Wamnyinyi.

He also noted that despite the funds allocated funds not being enough, they are to be utilized well in ensuring development in the constituencies, something he said has already been witnessed in the various constituencies they have so far visited.

“We all know that the NG/CDF funds are just a top-up and they might not be enough to do everything in the constituencies, but we are impressed by the way the funds are being utilized and we hope the trend will continue to help our constituencies grow,” he added.

Nyaribari Chache MP Richard Tong’i said the committee will continue with the process of going through what the CDF funds have done across the country so that they can see what should be done to have more projects in the constituencies.

“The committee is going to move from one constituency to another to see what the CDF funds have done, but so far we can say much has been done and there is something to show from the funds that have so far been disbursed to the various constituencies,” said Tong’i.

By Darlington Mose

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