The women representative was seen in a photo posted by her social media communication director seating in a round table with the vender with a caption that she was promoting the business of the vendor identified as Mr Albert Esiko.
"Hon Beatrice Adagale promoting Mr. Albert Esiko a local trader based at Luanda market." Posted Adagala's social media manager
This has statement has cause a stir online with netizens telling off the Woman rep for taking credit where it is not due. Some have said their proposals have not been attended to by the office of Hon Adagala.
"Adagala you can do better than this. You go to an extend of claiming to be behind what you are not even close to. The Credit has to go to Safaricom Company for engaging this Youth who was forgotten by the leaders more so those who have taken advantage of his hustle to take photos and send to social media telling how they are promoting small businesses." Ongusu
"Meanwhile ,my business proposal still lies at her desk at Cherry house." Claries
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