Kikuyu MP Kimani Ichung’wa has publicly declared his interest to vie for the seat in the next general elections.
Ichung'wa urged kikuyu residents to give him a second chance to finish all the projects that he has already started in the constituency.
Speaking on Tuesday morning, he stated that he has served his constituents well, and one term would not be enough to deliver all the promises he made.
“My vision is to change people’s lives, which I have been doing, and giving me another chance would give the opportunity and time to deliver on my agendas to make Kikuyu a better place,” said the MP.
He mentioned his efforts on the ongoing programme backed by the national government to give seeds and fertilizers to farmers in Ndeiya and its environs, who have one acre of land and above to overcome hunger that has been experienced In the region over the years.
The pilot programme is being enrolled in Kiambu County, and the MP, together with Cabinet Secretary Ministry of Devolution and Planning Ann Waiguru will on Wednesday give the farmers seeds and fertilizers, which is to fight hunger as a results of shortage of rain.
Ichun'gwa has also showed his support for the neighboring Kabete Constituency MP, and urged the residents to seek assistance from his office before they elect their leader.
He also urged them to elect a candidate from the ruling Jubilee Alliance Party (JAP) for the constituency to remain in the government.
Kiambu County is a stronghold for the Jubilee Government, as President Uhuru Kenyatta hails from the county.