Lord Abraham Mutai who is among famous people on social media in Kenya today tweeted on his twitter page that To the newest billionaire in town, Who didn't steal or loot from government, Ndugu @DonaldBKipkorir, happy Birthday. I'm honoured to be your Trusted Friend. Both in public and private... Thieves are not happy today. They are wondering how did this happen!
Star tweeted, "Tell Don He is a nice guy .I love his humour and the love he has to this country. Happy birthday sir. Tell him to teach me on how to become a millionaire. Wealthy is a good thing."
Kavu tweeted, "The hustler people are not happy with his success. Their minds has been corrupted never to think someone can make it through hard work and not handouts and vanity promises."
Bonchie tweeted, "Kindly go through sec 21 of the government proceedings act and secondly, reference no. 1 of 2021 at the supreme court regarding the sharing of debt payment between Nairobi city county and the national government."
Charlie tweeted, "This is a case between gov agencies, a lawyer appears in court a few times and collects 1.3b! Meanwhile, the land is not being sold thus Kenyan tax payers will shoulder the cost!"
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