Every Kenyan citizen and even other countries are all setting eyes on Kenya as they wait the IEBC to give official communication on who has won the 2022 general elections, especially as the president. Besides this, most parts of the country have information on who has taken other positions as member of National Assembly, governor, member of county assembly, senator and women representative.
Information reaching social media platforms have alleged that an unidentified aspirant from Karurina in Embu has decided to take back his water tank that he donated to the public. Reason behind it is that he lost the elections and this might have made him unhappy.
Screenshot of a post on FacebookLink https://www.facebook.com/100651371715539/posts/pfbid02XmbbGchnnb6q8A2kTjZfSUXGZB3DgzSJXcqxWq6x84vVUmEvhg7x288fXnwVGH3Dl/?app=fbl
What is your view concerning this action taken by the aspirant? Is it wise for him or it might bring regrets in future especially when he vies again? Feel free to drop your opinion on this.
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