Nominated senator Millicent Omanga has again this afternoon brought internet to a standstill after she decided to break silence and clear the air concerning the allegations that have been circulating online for possible coalition between the deputy head of state and former prime minister Raila Amollo Odinga.
Through her Facebook page, the die hard supporter of hustler movement has confirmed that her boss does not intend to associate or form any coalition with ODM party leader.
Her post has brought mixed reactions as some people now claims that Omanga is still fresh in politics and that she should not talk about coalition but rather went for an official communication from her boss.
Other people also claims that the nominated senator should concentrate on her health status first before she shifts to politics. It was just yesterday that she posted a picture while on her hospital gown. The question is as she recovered ?
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