Hon Abdulswamad Shariff Nassir, who is a member of parliarment for Mvita Constituency, and also a member of ODM Party ignited a hot debate online when he posted his meeting with some locals business persons in his office. (Courtesy photo)
According to his post, he said he had a meeting with the Mama Ngina waterfront vendors at his office. (Courtesy photo)
Perhaps, he stated that they presented their petition to be tabled in Parliarment. He confirmed that the general public has suffered economically during this pandemic period, and the right approach is to ensure that a balance is reached out to cater for businesses by opening them up as they follow Covid-19 guidelines.
His post attracted several comments from kenyans, Majority of them praised him for listening to the challenges that the locals are passing through during this time of Corona pandemic. They further urged him to continue with the same spirit because his political future is so luminous.
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