The Senator for Murang'a county gave some good speech on devorce.Kangata was a student of Nairobi university.He studied law.Kangata gave speech on devorce,he was trying to advise Kenyans not to devorce without a major reason.
So,one should have a convincing reason before devorcing his or her partner."One must offer convincing reasons before divorcing a spouse,not after the divorce,not after the divorce",Irungu Kangata said.
He gave citizens these speech yesterday as he welcomed the president.As far as I am concerned Irungu is right and I can support him in his statement.
Though,Kenyans are really funny and this is how they reacted to Irugu speech.You can see in the screenshots attached to the article.Some Kenyans raected by saying Irugu Kangata is right while others said that he is insecure.You can see in the screenshots some people told him 'umeanza kuogopa' ,this statement is just a critism.
Kenyans are always active and friendly you will always get funny responses from Kenyans.This usually occurs when you post something on social media.
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