More Questions As Senator Omanga Make A U Turn To Support Car Grants For MCAs.
By Malelah | self meida writer
Published 21 days ago - 0 views
The known supporter of Deputy president William Ruto senator Milicent Omanga is in support of car grants for Members of County Assembly's. Speaking through his facebook page senator Omanga added that MCAs are also legislatures just like Members of Parliament.
This was seen as a change of tune from Milicent Omanga who has been a big critic of BBI, and when president promises MCAs car grants at Sagana Logde meeting last, Tangatanga wing faulted it and termed it as a bribe for MCAs so as to pass BBI Bill.
Though Milicent Omanga was genuine on this but many will not take it that way since Omanga and her people in Tangatanga are always against BBI from day one but today is in support for car grants for MCAs.
Milicent Omanga of late has take a low profile in politics since Kisii incident where she was ejected from the podium and with how politics are, you should not be surprised she Omanga defects from Tangatanga wing.
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