Kenyans have reacted to a move by Machakos county deputy governor Hon. Francis Maliti to allow two pupils to ride on his official car as a form of motivation.
According to Hon. Maliti, the performance of the two pupils from Kikeniani primary school in Kyua Impressed him, they have always excelled in their academic activities, he therefore decided to suprise people by giving them a ride within the school as other pupils and teachers cheered them.
"I was impressed by the hard work, motivation and winning spirit of two pupils of Kikeniani primary school in Kyua, Katangi Ward, who have always excelled in their academic activities. As a way to motivate them. I gave them an opportunity to ride in my official vehicle around the school while they were being applauded by other pupils and teachers." He stated.
Kenyans as usual thronged his timeline to give their opinion with some castigating him while others supporting the move. Those who critisized him argued that he could have enquired about their needs while others felt that as children the move was important. Below are some of the comments.
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