Push for Huduma Number registration continues and on Friday Westlands member of Parliament Timothy Wanyonyi was in St Joseph school Mountain View ward where he cautioned the residents that they risk missing out bursaries should they fail to acquire the Huduma Number.
Wanyonyi says by next year all government services including Constituency Development Fund programs will be done and channeled through Huduma Number.
‘‘Come Next Year if you don’t have Huduma Number you will not get bursaries, and not that am scaring you ,we are only saying that its important to do so.’’ He said.
He further asked his constituents to shun politics and join him in his development agenda in the area.
‘‘Lets focus much on development,am seeing people speaking many things in social media but i don’t want to respond to them what we need right now is development not politics.’’ He reiterated.
He further absolved himself from blame in Embakasi South by-election where ODM lost to Wiper Party saying they were not retaining any seat.
According to Wanyonyi ODM is intact and powerful adding that it only went to hunt the seat not defend it.
‘‘The seat belonged to Wiper Party what we went to do in Embakasi South by election was to hunt for a post but unfortunately we lost’’ Tim told the gathering.
Wanyonyi also issued ksh. 27million bursary cheques to the needy pupils and students in Westlands constituency during the event.