(File photo/President Uhuru & DP Ruto)
Kenyans ended up in a heated debate on Tuesday 28th of September after Kiambu Township MCA Anthony Ikonga shared his thoughts on the amount of money President Uhuru Kenyatta and his Deputy pay per month for NHIF as compared to the common 'Wanjiku'.
"The President and the Deputy President pay ksh 1,700 a month for NHIF despite earning 1M while a mama mboga who earns less than ksh 5,000 a month pays ksh 500 a month" sayed Anthony.
(Screenshot/MCA Anthony In an interview with Tv47 on Tuesday)
According to Anthony, he claims there are some things in Kenya that are not adding up and that they should be looked into.
The MCA's assertions illicited reactions of different kinds from Kenyans having a number of Kenyans backing his point while others seemed not to concur with the leader. Below are few of the comments;
What is your opinion over this matter? Do you concur with Hon Anthony Ikonga's assertions that the NHIF amount payed by common 'Wanjiku' isn't fair?
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