The Tharaka-Nithi Huduma centre built in 2015. Residents have called for its speedy opening saying they are forced to travel long distances to seek essential government services. PHOTO | ALEX NJERU | NATION MEDIA GROUP
Many of the locals travel to the neighbouring Embu and Meru counties to get government services especially the registration of companies.
Ms Amoit said the supplier who had been contracted to provide the machines failed to meet the deadline and the tender was given to somebody else.
She said the Huduma Centre is expected to offer many government services that the locals have been seeking in Nairobi and other big towns.