Remarks made by Kimilili Member of Parliament Didmus Barasa on Enziu Bridge has left the legislator being castigated by angry Netizens.
The outspoken Tangatanga politician claims Ngilu is in the comfort zone while Mwingi residents continue to suffer from the wrath of viral bridge.
"As we continue being saddened by the Mwingi unfortunate tragedy, I want to call out Kitui County Governor mama Charity Kaluki Ngilu ! Can you come out of that comfort zone and fix the bridge with all the billions that you receive yearly?" Barasa has raised concerns.
However, angry Kenyans have reminded the legislator of the viral incident where he fade a local contactor and Musician with a slap when he asked for payment. A sample of reactions from Netizens has been shared.
@devinold; "They day you will stop swindling contractors who work in your constituency then call others out!"
@Ongiti; "Has didimus barasa paid the musician who renovated the classroom without a single pay?"
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