Grandma who fought for independence pleads with Uhuru to repair road to her home
Oct. 04, 2019
- Muthoni said many people have made endless promises to repair the road which is in a bad state but failed to do so
- The former freedom fighter said she is normally taken to the hospital using a stretcher because of the poor state of the road leading to her home
- The grandma wondered why she has never been invited to Mashujaa day celebrations despite fighting for Kenya's liberation
A grandmother who went to the forest to fight for Kenya’s independence has pleaded with President Uhuru Kenyatta to repair the road to her home.
Miriam Muthoni Mathenge said her husband General Mathenge was killed in the fight and Mzee Jomo Kenyatta had promised to meet her but failed to do so.
Muthoni said many people have made endless promises to repair the road in Nyeri County but all have been in vain in a video seen by TUKO.co.ke posted on Mike Sonko, Nairobi governor’s page on Friday, October 4.
The grandma wondered why she has never been invited to Mashujaa day celebrations yet she was detained all over the country while fighting for Kenya’s freedom.
The former freedom fighter said she was living in dire conditions despite doing all she could to guarantee Kenya’s liberation.
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