Gatundu South Member of Parliament Moses Kuria has revealed of his plan to set up a studio in the constituency to nurture residents with singing talents.
Speaking on Wednesday morning, Kuria stated that they will search for revenue from the Constituency Development Funds (CDF) and other areas to cater for the money needed.
“We want the talents in our area to find a near place to get their songs recorded and earn an income also,” he said.
With many talents emerging from the area, and artists going to Nairobi to record their songs, the studio will come in handy and help the young talents.
Kuria also said that before the end of the year, a university will be set in the constituency, and their dream is to have a campus in every ward for the learners in the area.
“We have great work that we need done so that every resident can have better living conditions, and we have started with affordable electricity for everyone,” added the MP.
“The roads are also being renovated so that when we have the University is in place, roads will be easily accessible to everyone enrolling in the school,” assured Kuria.
He was also grateful to a gospel team comprised of Djs and preachers, who have started their tour in the region to mentor the youths in the constituency, and will hold a talent show event on Sunday at Muhoho High School.
They will visit schools in the area and the MP has assured of his support.