He has a new reason to celebrate.
In his 2017 declaration, Frasha vowed to bring tap water into houses in Athi River where people bought water for 2 Kshs. He also promised to implement community policing and that he would use his influence to warn the youth of the dangers of drug abuse and help them discover their talents and provide connections for job opportunities.
His dream of becoming MCA, however, did not come to fruition but he has now landed a new job that will ensure he makes a great change among the youth in Machakos County.
Frasha has been deployed to the Ministry of Tourism and Culture in Machakos County government specifically at Machawood which is the Machakos Entertainment Centre for Film, Media, Music and the Arts.
Launched in 2013, Machawood promised to make Machakos County the desired location for entertainment in Kenya and Africa.
Speaking during the launch Machakos County Governor Alfred Mutua predicted that Machawood would create over 30,000 jobs and generate 500 Million for Machakos County in the coming year.