Ever since he declared he will vie for Starehe MP, musician Charles Njagua Kanyi has been on a charm offensive in the constituency delivering goodies to locals ahead of the August 8 General Election.
Unlike what most politicians do during their campaigns, Jaguar has adopted a campaign that stategy of service delivery over empty promises.
This is best illustrated by the commissioning of the construction of Nairobi’s Kirinyaga Road.
On Tuesday, Jaguar was on site as construction begun on the road also known as Grogan. He noted that the roads around Grogan have been impassable affecting the sprawling motor-vehicle spare parts businesses and garages in the area.
“Barabara za Glogon(Kirinyaga road) zimekuwa hazipitiki na biashara mingi zimeharibika haswa za watengenezangi Wa magari,wauzaji vyuma vya magari na wachuuzi pia..kama mbunge mtarajiwa Starehe nimeanza kazi ya kutengeneza barabara hizo ili biashara ziendelee…Mwamko mpya Starehe,” said Jaguar.
Jaguar, a Jubilee Party aspirant will be facing the incumbent Maina Kamande for the hotly contested Starehe seat.
He will also face activist Boniface Mwangi and flamboyant city businessman Steve Mbogo.
Over the weekend, Jaguar was visited Fuata Nyayo slums where he donated wheelchairs to children living with disability.