(Photo Courtesy/Millicent Omanga)
Jubilee Nominated Senator Hon Millicent Omanga left Kenyans in a heated debate on Saturday afternoon after she took to social media and shared photos of herself with her team donating business shades, reflectors among other items to small scale businessmen/women in Mt View Ward, Westlands Constituency.
"Leo tuko Mt View Ward, Westlands Constituency interacting with real Huslers. Tunaboost mabiashara" posted Senator Omanga and shared the photos below;
Millicent Omanga's divulgement illicited reactions of different kinds from Kenyans having a number of Kenyans congratulating her for showing her willingness in supporting the common 'Wanjiku' while others made fun of her moves. Below are few of the comments;
@Wesly ~ "Leo ndo mumeanza kuboost Biashara. What took you soo long or your doing it for the votes".
@Kimani Joseph~ "Good work Mweshimiwa, keep it up".
@Walter~ "Hio ndo kazi ya Senator? Bure Kabisa".
What is your opinion over this matter? Do you think 2022 General Elections might be the reason behind such moves as asserted by many Kenyans?
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