Nyeri Senator Iphraim Maina had astonished many after it was revealed that he flew to his area home just to open a wooden bridge passage. Through a post run by a concerned citizen almost 10hrs ago, the post was accompanied by pictures decipiting how the event went by.
The post also attracted comments from various Kenyans who were ultimately shocked by the revelation of the news.
Ephraim Maina is among leaders who have been in helm of the political circles for a very long time. He served in the Kenyatta,Moi, Kibaki and now the Uhuru Kenyatta administration. He is respected for fighting for his people throughout his political endeavors.
The comments included one that involved Ephraim Maina back in 2017 campaigning. He asked women whether he was old as his competitors were incinuating. Another one asked how Kenyans elected such leaders who take them for a ride.
And as 2022 is approaching leaders will be back to ask for votes as they showcase their development projects.
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