•However, the MP urged society to support the administrators while they serve.
•The Jubilee Party MP asked residents not to be misled by different parties as the country approaches the general election.
Lari MP Jonah Mburu has urged chiefs and their assistants to work hard and leave a legacy in the communities they serve.
The MP said most chiefs are blamed for wrong decisions made.
“You are supposed to ensure that no one will follow you in future. Society cannot survive without chiefs,” he said.
However, the MP urged society to support the administrators while they serve.
“The chiefs and assistant chiefs are our neighbours. We will need them even in retirement. Let us create a working relationship with them,” he said.
He spoke on Tuesday in Lari during the handing over of furniture to the administrators.
The event was supervised by area deputy county commissioner James Kamau.
The administrators said they used old tables and a few seats donated by Nyumba Kumi officials.
The Jubilee Party MP asked residents not to be misled by different parties as the country approaches the general election.
Mburu said the popular and leading presidential aspirants do not come from the Mt Kenya region and urged them to re-elect him again saying he will steer development in the area.
“Campaigns should not mislead us. We need a leader who is available, approachable and who can steer development,” he said.
Jubilee party supporter Joshua Gathiru urged residents to consider electing an MP for two terms for them to complete the projects initiated and they can analyse the works they did.
Edited by Kiilu Damaris