A famous Kameme journalist known as Kiengei has sparked reactions online with her post. Kiengei, who is also known as 'Guka wa Nairobi ' which means 'Nairobi's grandpa' claimed that the winning presidential elect may not matter when it comes to matters concerning poverty.
Kiengei claimed that every person will need to work hard irrespective of the person who will get into State House or else poverty will strike him or her. Kiengei claimed that people might start blaming their relatives who have got into power for not assisting them.
However, the post which attracted attention of more than 1000 comments in the first 56 minutes had people air out different views. Some of the Kenyans claimed that the head of state is important as he or she determines whether their hard work bears fruits or not. Some gave examples of known dictators such as Idi Amin who were elected by people but ended up subjecting their citizens to suffering.
Other Kenyans still supported his statement claiming that each person has to work hard to feed himself and his family. You may share your views regarding Kiengei's post.
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