Millicent Omanga is one of the most known politicians in the country. That is because she is always vocal and extremely controversial in most occasions. She has been dominating headlines because of her outbursts and again today, she raised eyebrows in the country after sending out a tough message to President Uhuru Kenyatta's government over the dismal performance by Harambee Stars.
Through her official twitter account, Millicent Omanga who was angered by the 5-0 humiliation of the Kenyans team at the hands of Mali insisted that some people need to be arrested immediately the team lands at the JKIA. The bad thing is that she didn't name those people that should be arrested for the poor performance of the National team.
"We need a radical surgery in Kenyan football. The performance of Harambee Stars as Kenya's foremost football ambassador is pitiful. Then some people need to be arrested for bringing the name of our country into disrepute. This should happen immediately they land at JKIA." Tweeted Millicent Omanga.
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