The Kenya Kwanza Alliance government is barely 7 months in power but the way they are handling Kenyans is disgusting, especially on social media. Most of the leaders in Kenya Kwanza Alliance government have resorted in chest thumping instead of working for Kenyans who elected them with a lot of hopes that they will implement their Manifesto and lower the cost of living.
Kileleshwa Ward MCA Robert Alai has sent bad news to some of the United Democratic Alliance party influencers and leaders who are ever in Twitter trolling other Kenyans. The like of Senators Aaron Cheruiyot, Samson Cherargei and bloggers like Dennis Itumbi have not been spared by an angry MCA Robert Alai. According to TV47 News Kenya, Hon Robert Alai said that those leaders and influencers can easily bring down the Kenya Kwanza Alliance government if what they say on Twitter is not properly handled.
"What UDA influencers say (on social media) can bring down the Kenya Kwanza Alliance government if they are not properly handled - MCA Robert Alai (Kileleshwa)." Tweeted by TV47 News Kenya
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