Nominated Senator and a close ally of the Deputy President Dr.William Ruto, Senator Millicent Omanga has sparked reactions online after Mocking COTU Secretary General Francis Atwoli for Predicting that Ruto won't be President in 2022.
Penning her thoughts in a post on her Twitter page on Wednesday night in response to a statement made my Atwoli on Citizen Television's JKL, Omanga mocked Atwoli saying that he Predicted Former US president Donald Trump would be Elected but ended up losing is again predicting a loss for Ruto come 2022 saying it is Laughable, a post which has illicited mixed reactions from Netizens.
Below is the Link to the video of Atwoli's Statement.
Below are Reactions from Netizens on her post.
"A woman who used her bedsheets to achieve her dream is now thinking that Kenyans will ELECT A THIEF as the president. Laughable" a comment read.
"I don't support BBI for reserved reasons but certainly I can predict that your camp will not clich the presidency. That's my prediction 🙏" a comment read.
"He didn't name the person who will not be president today... what's wrong with you?" A comment read.
"I thought tangatanga are not watching 😂😂😂 even a standard 1 kid knows @WilliamsRuto will not be PRESIDENT." A comment read.
"You’re talking about American politics when you can’t control your MCAs?" A comment read.
"Did he say Ruto's name? Naona mnajishuku. On Trump, he was destined for victory until BLM and Covid happened." A comment read.
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