Senator Millicent Omanga has left so many people appreciating her good did after coming out to help those in small businesses out of good will.
The nominated senator who is one of the chief campaigners the deputy president Dr William Samoe Ruto under the United Democratic Alliance (UDA) today was in one of the local markets called Jericho where she was distributing umbrellas to those operating small businesses.
This noble act has made so many people to show their happiness as they applaud her over good work of helping the poor and standing with them at all time.
In her facebook page, she where she made this revelation, she went ahead to mention some of the support she was giving to the hustlers of the two markets which included free shades, working equipment as well as boosting their capitals.
This has made people to react differently with moat people appreciating her and encouraging her to continue with the good work of helping the less in the community.
Check out some of the comments she received from Kenyans.
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