Nairobi Nominated Senator Millicent Omanga on Thursday morning reacted to a video that has gone viral on social media doing an almost perfect rendition of her dancing skills.
Nairobi Senator Milicent Omanga// Twitter
Omanga who is avid supporter of the Deputy President William Ruto and United Democratic Alliance party took to her Facebook page to share her sentiments of the video.
"...unafaa viboko mingi wewe balance hio kitu fiti, " she said offering some tips to Crazy Kennar on his costume in order to portray her well endowed behind perfectly.
Betty Kyallo and Senator Millicent Omanga get down and dirty/ Viusasa
In the video seen by Opera News, comedian Crazy Kennar and his team did a 35 seconds skit sarcastically portarying Omanga's recent dancing skills at a UDA rally where the legislator showed her dancing skills.
The Nairobi Woman Representative hopeful however, acknowledged Kennar's talent and hoped she'd one day have a meeting with his team.
"Tales of the Crazy Kennar is definitely a super talented guy. Hopefully I will have a chit chat with your entire team and you soon. I celebrate your talent bro keep winning, "she said.
The video(s) portraying her dance(the one Kennar imitated) had set the internet on fire with some appreciating her dance moves while others castigated her for brandishing her behind in a setting that had not called for the occasion.
In an earlier interview when Omanga was asked by Kyallo if she normally dances, her response was “Eii I love dancing.”
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