He said he is not interested in the Meru governor's seat and his differences with the Governor Peter Munya is in the interest of under privileged in his constituency.
Rahim called upon Munya to partner with him to safeguard the welfare of those who are neglected in the society. The National Council of Churches in Kenya recently called for recognition of the elderly.
Speaking during a function at the White Star Hotel, Rahim said he wants the elderly to be allowed to do small businesses in Meru town.
Rahim said MPs are planning to table a Bill in Parliament to ensure the old receive their Sh2,000 stipend in time. Rahim said the elderly were allocated funds in this year's budget and more than 400,000 across the country have receive them.
He said they are targeting to fund at least one million old people in the next two years. Currently, 70 people from North Imenti have registered to benefit from the fund.