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UDA Senator’s Responses To Bloggers Discloses Sensitive Info To Electorates, Analyst Alleges

A political analyst has taken a sly dig on a senator allied to UDA party after viral responses after her attention was allegedly drawn by some Kenyan bloggers asking about her whereabouts.

Stephen Mutoro has asked Senator Hon Tabitha Karanja whether it was mandatory for her to respond to bloggers or she was provoked ending up disclosing very uselful information to her electorates.

Stephene Mutoro tweeted, “Dear Madam Senator Tabitha Karanja. Do you have to respond to bloggers? Or does it take provocation of the said bloggers for you to give this useful information to your electorate? Merry Christmas!”

Nakuru governor gave out the following remarks. As the senator for Nakuru, my mandate is clearly outlined in the constitution as oversight, legislation and representation. I say this after my attention has been drawn to the many questions asked by some bloggers here and there about my whereabouts and I am here to tell my esteemed Nakuru residents that your Super Senator Tabitha Karanja Keroche, has been here all along, working for the benefit of you all.To effectively discharge my oversight role in Nakuru county, the government of Nakuru headed by our able governor Susan Kihika, needed to have her nominated CEC members sworn in. This happened a few days ago and implementation of projects is sure to begin,hence my oversight role begins.

It is good to also mention that, in the financial year 2022/2023 I have lobbied for additional allocation of KES 632,394,241(0.6 Billion), up from the current 15B to 15.632B.

If the complainants have a social event, try and invite me during this festive season, or in any other social event they feel I should attend and will surely show up. But I am a super manager and know the job description that was given to me by the Nakuru county people.

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Merry Christmas Nakuru Stephene Mutoro Tabitha Karanja UDA


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