FRASHA THE POLITICIAN: Maendeleo Chap Chap party leader Dr Alfred Mutua (left) receives musician Francis Amasi popularly known as Frasha into Maendeleo Chap Chap from Chama Cha Uzalendo (CCU). PHOTO | NATIONFRASHA THE POLITICIAN: Maendeleo Chap Chap party leader Dr Alfred Mutua (left) receives musician Francis Amasi popularly known as Frasha into Maendeleo Chap Chap from Chama Cha Uzalendo (CCU). PHOTO | NATION
By EVELYNE MUSAMBI

Celebrated Kenyan rapper Francis Amisi, popularly known by his stage name Frasha, has pledged to deal with pollution in Athi River if he is elected an MCA.

The P-Unit group member said he will hold consultative meeting with the factories based in Athi River to address air and water pollution in the area.

Frasha, who is vying for the Athi River Ward MCA position on a Maendeleo Chap Chap, ticket added that the factories ought to incorporate solutions in the CSR.

The artiste was speaking during an interview on K24 TV where he outlined his plan for Athi River Ward.

“There also a big water problem in Athi River. I don’t know why people think it’s okay to buy water for Sh2. It is not okay… let the water come to the houses not them buying outside,” he said.

FRASHA THE MUSICIAN Frasha performing during KU Main Campus Huawei Mseto Campus Tour with Willy M. Tuva at Bishop Square on November 12, 2016. PHOTO | CHARLES KAMAU

FRASHA THE MUSICIAN Frasha performing during KU Main Campus Huawei Mseto Campus Tour with Willy M. Tuva at Bishop Square on November 12, 2016. PHOTO | CHARLES KAMAU

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The rapper who is also a businessman recommended the construction of a dam as a solution to the water shortage for residents and factories in Athi River.

“The most important thing in Athi River is security. One of the things I want implement is community policing and also involve all the businessmen, police and all other people to end insecurity,” said Frasha.

The P-Unit member said that once he is elected he will cut on music tours to deliver services to the people but will still record music with the team.

He said he will use his popularity to warn youths of the effects of drug abuse as well as identify talent in the area and connect them to opportunities.

Frasha will be seeking to take over the legislative seat from the incumbent Michael Mutua.