Photo Of An MP Riding A 'Boda' That Has Caused Online Reactions
By NewsFacts | self meida writer
Published 14 days ago - 1 views
It is the role of parliament to legistrate law. But, they are the same people to first break those laws. As there is no person who is above the law, all citizens should follow the law accordingly.
In most developed countries like in Europe, Asia and America, no one is above the law, neither the president nor the common people. If you break the law strict actions will be taken against you. For example, you may be persecuted, jailed and even killed.
But, here in our country Kenya some people are above the law. The law only applies for the common people. In many occasions we have seen high profile leaders breaking the law knowingly and no any action has been taken against them.
The recent case is for Kiharu MP, Ndidi Nyoro whose photo has sparked online reactions from netizens . In the photo, the MP is seen carrying three people together with him, they are four people on the motorbike. See the reactions from Kenyans.
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