Rongo MP Paul Abuor has reconstructed a boda boda shade brought down by protesters during the antigovernment demos witnessed last month, a midst calls for peaceful politics.
The rebuilding of the shade also set a raft of measures the second term legislator had outlined for the sector.
The re construction was witnessed by the Rongo Constituency development Fund officials who called on residents to focus on development.
Led by area CDF accountant Gerald Omingo, the officials castigated a section of senior politicians in Migori County who have been banking on youths to create mayhem during demonstrations to paint the MP negatively.
“We are here to witness the delivery and installation of the new shade that was vandalized by some hired goons. My clarion call to Rongo residents is that elections are over and it’s time to focus on development.”Gerald Omingo, constituency accountant
He urged youths in the boda boda sector to embrace development agenda being carried out by Mr Abuor and “avoid being used by politicians out to advance their personal selfish agenda.”
Mr Paul Opayo, a Boda Boda rider from Opapo urged the MP not to be distracted by naysayers but instead focus on service delivery to the electorate.
“Our MP should remain focused in changing the face of this constituency. We are fully behind his development agenda and let him be rest assured of our full support.”Paul Opayo, boda boda rider
Mr Abuor and other 7 ODM MPS have faced reprisals from a section of ODM legislators following their recent visit to state house, a move that has seen them sever links with the party stalwarts.