Construction works for Miranga Youth Polytechnic are expected to start soon after funds for the project were allocated.
According to Bomariba MCA Protus Moindi Aramba, the stalled project has been allocated Sh3 million.
The money will be used to construct classes for youth polytechnic.
"Despite the fact that the project has stalled for long, I wish to confirm that I pushed the county government to allocate Sh3 million for the project to start. Soon construction works will start and Bomariba residents will be involved when the construction starts," said Aramba during an interview on Saturday.
The ward representative further maintained that he is determined to serve the people of Bomariba irrespective of how they voted during the August 8, 2017, polls.
"As a leader, I have no hatred and discrimination. I will offer services to everyone including those who voted for my rivals since Bomariba is one," said the MCA.
He challenged rivals to stop politicizing development projects which are yet to be completed in the ward adding that in the next financial year, he will push for the allocation of more development funds to the ward.