Nakuru county government is the talk of social media after one of it's public relations staff shared an old woman atop a sign post. The employee captioning it that the woman was so excited with the work the governor and her climbing the post was to show excitement and appreciation. This has been poured water as ridiculous and nonsensical. Most think that the woman's life was endangered.
"Wananchi are happy with projects initiated by Lee Kinyanjui Nakuru County Governor .This lady from Soin couldn't hide her happiness," Moses the employee wrote.
"Yani mkubwa mnapenda pr sana . How can you tip that old mama she can break her teeth because of 200bob eti PR," He was told.
As seen in the picture, the woman is old and the post which she was leaning on is weak thus truly endangering her life. The person who took the photograph has been condemned for risking the life of the said woman in order to look for credit for the county government of Nakuru.
As 2022 approaches many ironical happenings is expected from politicians as they seek reelection or fresh election. Enticing electorates with every kind of theatrics to show might or how humble they are.
Many politicians are now with the people parading themselves with common man activities. Just recently Kimilili MP Didmus Barasa and Ainabkoi MP William Chepkuut we're in the kitchen of a voter brewing tea.
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