Kuresoi Member of Parliament has fallen on the wrong side of Netizen after Robert Alai leaked a rare photo of him feeding children in his constituency. Remember we are at a time when political temperatures have hit the peak in all corners of this country. As a result, there is struggle between politicians exposing each other badly revealing the dark side of their deeds to ruin their image.
Robert Alai leaked the photo of Kuresoi MP Cheboi feeding the children to expose the dark side of it. According to the photos, Cheboi had brought loaves of bread for the children and put them on ground so that they can pick easily.
However, this is something that Robert Alai exposed claiming to be very wrong. Robert Alai said Kuresoi MP is feeding the children by putting their food on ground. Alai said Cheboi is fond of doing this to children in his constituency saying children are not dogs.
Robert Alai has called upon teachers to resist such actions. This has sparked different reactions from people. Have a look at the comments below.
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