The United Democratic Alliance close ally has today donated wheelbarrows branded UDA to traders in Guthurai.The wheelbarrows were yellow in colour with black tyres.They are arranged horizontally with each trader standing next to his or hers in the first picture.
The wheelbarrow will be of much benefits to the traders since they will used to transport their trade items to and from.Though the donation has sparkles many reactions and comments from the Netizens.Here are some of the comments.
Dan Omar:I thought wheelbarrow was just a party symbol? But why have our mountain brothers and sisters chosen to be easily tricked by wheelbarrows? If it was business ideas and resources it would have been better,but wheelbarrows.Efwe huambahane,huhaire,hukanyire.Hava tawe @hametuku.
Mark:I thought it's only a symbol like an orange for ODM!!!?so it's real things guys are distributing wheelbarrows in the 21st century?
Juma:I'm so furious because of how gullible Kikuyus from down the counties can be I miss githurai when it was just natives.
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