With the ongoing voting for the Building Bridges Initiative document, by the various county assemblies in different counties in Kenya, many people have come up with hillarious ways of making fun with the whole matter.
Nominated Senator Millicent Omanga has not been left behind, as she made fun of why most of the MCAs voted 'yes' for the BBI document. She herself has been on the opposition side of the document, together with other pro-Ruto brigades.
Through her Facebook platform, she posted, captioning, "Lakini kusema tu ukweli, wewe Unaeza Kataa 2 Million? “ Omanga seemed to be referring to the claims that, MCAs were promised car grants of about Kenya Shillings 2 million, on condition that they pass the document.
Her posts elicited mixed reactions from netizens, others positive and some negative. Some of the reactions were as follows :
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