"Nyani Haoni Kundule" Millicent Omanga Told After She wrote About A Lady Who Got A Tender From Kemsa
By MashHenry | self meida writer
Published 13 days ago - 9 views
Nominated Senator Millicent Omanga on her twitter handle wrote that last year a man who was on his way to industrial area, heard people talking and decided to get into Kenya Medical Supies Agency (Kemsa) and came out a millionaire.
She went on to say that yesterday a parliamentary committee grilled a lady who went to supply chairs to Kemsa. While at Kemsa she got attracted to masks and boom! Became a millionaire.
But Kenyans online were quick to remind her of how she got her former job as one of the KenGen Directors and the current position she holds as a nominated Senator.
Others were quick to remind her that she shouldn't be quick to judge others because she was too mentioned by EACC in corruption related case a while back.
She was also asked why she is complaining about hustlers getting tenders to supply masks, which they did but she couldn't ask about the Ksh 21 Billion meant to build Kimwarer and Aror dams that was looted.
Below are some of the screenshots of the tweets.
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