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"They are going back to school from tomorrow. If you misused the little you had, it's up to you now."
This is according to vocal and popular City Politician allied to Prime Minister Raila Odinga, Hon Alinur Mohammed, as he posted it on his facebook page.Picture for illustrative purpose.
His remarks to parents of Kenya ahead of school opening week was to lightly taken by Netizens.
"And our children will finish school in Jesus name. Like myself am a single mother with two boys in high school, so don't talk bad to the poor parents, rich man humble itself please." ~One angry parent replied.Picture for illustrative purpose.
Other overwhelming reactions following the above quoted remarks by Alinur includes and not limited to the following.Picture for illustrative purpose.
*Kenyan parents are organized. They no longer depend and rely on inefficient, corrupt, self-centered and selfish leaders. So don't mock parents my good friend.
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