After being trolled for allegedly unfairly treating a chips hawker, senator Millicent Omanga has commented on a cartoon that emerged on social media platforms where she was depicted cooking chips on the streets.
The story started after she approached one of the hawkers in town with an aim of promoting her chips hawking hustle. It's alleged that Omanga donated an umbrella to the lady, a bag of potatoes and also bought a plate of chips worth Kshs 350.
However, the senator was trolled for taking the opportunity as a photo op, since after taking the photos, she took some of the gifts that she allegedly placed as a gift to the hawker.
Omanga has been in the fore front championing for the election the deputy president William Ruto as the fifth president of Kenya in the forthcoming 2022 polls. At the same time, she has declared that she will be contesting for the Nairobi County Woman Representative seat under the United Democratic Alliance (UDA) party ticket.
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