Former presidential aspirants Mwalimu Abduba Dida is one of the serious critic if president William Ruto's administration and he doesn't spare any chance he gets from poking holes.
With the high cost of living seriously ravaging the Kenyan economy, most of the opposition side have weaponized this unfortunate incident to get back at the Ruto Government. Today Mwalimu Dida left the internet on fire after he shared a picture of a two kg packet of unga on a weighing machine with a value less than the actual 2kg as indicated on the packet.
Dida went ahead to say that the unga (ndovu) has lost weight and that Kenyans should brace for even tougher times ahead.
"Ndovu amelose weight. Ndovu amekonda. Look at what UDA government is doing to ndovu." Posted Mwalimu Dida.
His post has however sparked a heated debate online with some concurring with him while others castigate him for hitting at the government instead of offering help. Below are some reactions:
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