Turkana region has been suffering a handful of tragedies ranging from famine, drought, flooding et cetera. It is so saddening that the government of Kenya has so far not come out with a long lasting solution.
Hon. George Peter Kaluma took to his tweets to expose the current tragedy of the area. He accused Governor Nanok as being a failure and that he should be thrown to Kamiti. He suggested that Nanok has failed since devolution. Turkana lacks water and food despite being allocated Kshs. 120 billion.
Hon. George Peter Kaluma's tweet has attracted a spirited debate online most accusing him of sounding ironical.
Kenyans accused him acting holier than thou despite the fact that his region lacks some developmental projects.
Have a look at some comments below.
It seems like the government of Kenya is sidelining some region of the country in terms of development. The government should lay down workable and lasting strategies to solve Turkana's issues.
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