Nominated senator Millicent Omanga is a woman known to speak her mind something that has sometimes led her into trouble with her party which ultimately decided to expell her after she failed to adhere to party's gudlines.
Following the government's announcement that prohibited residents of Nessuit and Mariashoni from engaging in maize plantation, the vocal Tangatanga allied politician has finally broken her silence on the government's directive.
Omanga termed the government's decision as ridiculous. Omanga alleged that the government made the decision in an attempt to prevent criminals from hiding inside the dense maize plantations .Omanga was clearly at a loss to understand how the government could issue such a directive posing the question "Did the government clear Boni forest because terrorists use it as their hideouts?
Kenyans have reacted to her comments with some agreeing with her remarks while others challenged her to come up with solutions.
Here are the reactions from Kenyans
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