Ruto's close ally, Millicent Omanga, is letting the cat out of the bag - she is revealing that her empowerment program is legit after serious allegations raised in social media over the latest actions.
The dazzling women representative rubbished claims raised by Bevalyne Kwamboka, a chips dealer who allegedly benefited from her project.
Omanga revealed that she donated umbrellas to the chips dealer, cash plus stock to boost Kwamboka's business. However, her political enemies are said to have paid Bevalyne Kwamboka to taint the name of Ruto's ally.
"I understand my political nemesis are busy trying to tarnish my name through an innocent, hardworking lady that I had earlier supported by boosting her chip business. It's understandable that having being promised "heaven" by my opponents, she has agreed to downplay all the support I gave her," she explained.
Yesterday, chips Embakasi chips dealer Bevalyne Kwamboka came out to criticize Millicent Omanga after posting on her social media that she supported her business.
Thousands of angry Kenyans ganged up on Millicent Omanga, dinging out the truth over her fake projects. However, the close Ruto's ally has assured Kenyans that indeed she helped her.
Going by matrices, Millicent Omanga might have helped the chips dealer only to be cheated by other political leaders to downplay the women representative.
Finally, what do you think about these latest heated exchange of words from politicians? Do you believe Omanga is telling the truth to Kenyans? Please share your opinions in the comments section below.
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