Few weeks after after the Swearing-in ceremony of the members of parliament and senators, several leaders have started giving back to their agents who helped them during Campaigns and election period. Among the rewards which most of them opt for is money and employment opportunities.
Today, Kenyans were left talking online after Migori Eddy Oketch rewarded his agents with a cow worth Over Ksh 30,0000. According to a post shared by citizen tv journalists Seth Olale on twitter, the senator said that the cow is to be shared by a pair of agents.
Many Kenyans praised the idea which the senator used to ensure his agents get motivated for supporting his political ambitions.
Jusper Moindi said, "There is a reason why he did that. Maybe he wanted to challenge them using investiment method. In 1 year, the cow will appreciate in value and they will get more".
Here are some of the netizens views. https://twitter.com/SethOlale/status/1575745660715941888?t=2RNx7-VydtaWXHHeRCQbDg&s=19
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