Political campaign mood is official on in the country with different parties trying to win the sympathy from Kenyan voters. With just eleven months to the next general elections, different aspiring candidates have started criss crossing the country with a motive of selling their agenda to kenyans.
They does this through blame games where they criticise their opponents for not doing the right thing to the citizens. Nominated Senator Millicent Omanga today blame their opponents for being hypocrites.
Taking to his account, she accused their political rivals mainly from ODM and Kieleweke of jubilee for being hypocrites by turning down Higher Education Loans Board amendments bill that seek to lower interest rate and at the same time increase the grace period. According to her, these are some of the reforms that were being championed by the BBI amendments which they are behind.
Kenyans on Twitter poured out in large numbers to react after the statement emerged. They vow to punish such Members of Parliament for shooting down a bill that would have been beneficial to Kenyan youth and citizens at large.
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