The country is at a crisis of politics and leaders are buisy locking horns over various factors. The BBI politics have created rifts among Kenyans and these has escalated to party politics. President Uhuru Kenyatta was recently betrayed in Mt Kenya after being humiliated by the loss. Yesterday the president launched Lamu Port and majority of Kenyans were excited stating it will create jobs.
Senior Council Paul Muite however was focusing on something else while everyone was busy overseeing the swearing of Martha Koome, senior council Paul Muite sent a warning message to Kenya Power over there latest move that saw a bodaboda electrocuted.
He said, "KPL;don't lay off those staff who attend to fallen live electric poles electrocuting innocent Wananji with monotonous regularity the latest being that boda boda operator.Let his Soul Rest in Eternal Peace." Paul Muite.
KPLC has been on spot after the cables took the life of this Hustler. We do hope they will fully take responsibility of what happened.
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