An MCA from Kericho Kapsoit ward had a public backlash from his followers on Facebook after a post he made earlier today.In the post , he talked about spending time listening to his bosses who are the residents and also engaging them in the running of the daily tasks.He then posted a photo of himself washing clothes for the children who are believed to be from his ward.
However he didn't have it easy as many bashed him for his cheap publicity Stunts, something that is usually common with politicians when elections are nearing.Below is how some of his ward people reacted.
@Ngeno commented that a politician can do anything infromlnt of the camera when elections are nearing provided that it can bring votes on the table.@Wilbon lamented that it was very petty for the MCA as that was not part of his score card.The residents otherwise needed pipe water, bursaries, roads and electricity.Another one asked him to ask for votes genuinely and not in such manner.Shame! He is however not the last as we have seen many politicians during electioneering period doing very weird stunts just to hoodwink their constituents for votes.We are advised as voters to be very vigilant during these times.
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