The DP however gave condition's to the sex worker's that they should first form a Sacco where he shall deposit the 1 million as part of their startup capital to start legit and meaningful business's.
However, this has continued sparkling reactions and receiving backlashes from some people i.e. Leaders and especially from Kamba community like MCA Mbula Mutua have continued slapping the DP as they tell him that doing so is like mocking or disprepecting the Kamba people.
Reconstructing on the use of the money, the Nominated Senator Milicent Omanga says that the aim of the DP was just to uplift the sex worker's from the bondage of the work that they are doing so that they can begin meaningful businesses.
"Deputy president's intentions is to lift sex worker's from the bondage of the nature of their work so that they can start and run businesses that uplift their dignity and social well being. I'm delighted that his pronouncement in Kibwezi has ignited a national discourse," Omanga says.
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