Nominated senator Karen Nyamu has been trending online after she offered to give embattled Meru Governor Kawira Mwangaza. She told her that she will show her how to relate with the MCAs. Kenyans thought this was very wise since the situation in Meru is really sad.
In a twitter statement, the nominated senator has share details of a meeting of the Senate Committee on National Security. She said that the committee has conducted an inquiry into issues raised before the house, concern insecurity in Mutha ward, Kitui County.
"Following loss of lives occasioned by insecurity in Mutha Ward, Kitui County, The Senate Committee on National Security, today conducted an inquiry into issues raised before the house. Plans are underway to engage the office of the IG tomorrow on matters that emerged during visit", Karen Nyamu tweeted.
Through her official twitter account, Karen Nyamu shared a photo of herself with security officer. The picture had sparked mixed reactions among Kenyans on social media. Here are some of reactions;
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