Transport and Infrastructure Cabinet Secretary James Macharia has said he will not be cowed nor threatened by impeachment motion.
Macharia said he was individual behind President Uhuru Kenyatta development agenda and motion by Nyali MP Mohammed Ali to impeach him will fail.
He spoke in Murang’a during inspection of Mau Mau and St Mary Giutugi Mioro road, saying the move will fail as he was backed by politicians behind President development agenda.
“Those who support Kenyatta are backing me and the motion will lack numbers in parliament,” said Macharia.
Murang’a MP Sabina Chege said politicians will not allow attempt to destabilize Macharia.
“Macharia has proved to deliver as mandated by the government, and we are ready to defending him,” said Chege.
On road development programmes, he said Mau Mau road that will spend Sh30 billion will open Mt Kenya region further and increase business opportunities.
“The road starts in Kiambu and will end up Njeng’u in Mweiga area along Nyeri-Nyahururu highway and it is part of the corridor designed to open and link the region with others parts,” he said.
On rehabilitation of the railway, Macharia said the project was 90 percent complete and will be commissioned by President.
“ The railway project being undertaken by National Youth Service (NYS) is part of the development agenda that President Kenyatta promised during electioneering period,” said the CS.
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