Milicent Omanga Supports President Uhuru's Milicent Omanga S ports President Uhuru's
Recen Decision On Despite The Fallout In Jubilee Party
By simba254 | self meida writer
Published 20 days ago - 1 views
Millicent Omanga has been against Jubilee and the handshake and continues to voice her views from the TangaTanga's camp.
The nominated senator is a common figure as interaction with her supporters has seen her rise politically.
TangaTanga has been consistently criticising Uhuru for forsaking his close circle to accommodate ODM party leader Raila Odinga.
However, despite the differences , Omanga has given credit to Uhuru's gesture to give MCA's car grant loans.
She says they deserve to be awarded as they equally the the representatives of the people.
"To be fair MCAs deserve car grants just like MPs. They too are representatives of the people, legislate and oversight. Therefore if MPs get cars to facilitate their work so should MCAs. What's good for the goose is good for the gander?" Milicent Omanga?
The head of state promised MCAs car grants during the Sagana state lodge meeting to push for BBI in the county assemblies and Omanga supports this decision from their party leader.
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