Netizens React to What Senator Ledama Tweeted at Night
By +254HotNews | self meida writer
Published 8 days ago - 4032 views
Senator ledama on twitter says that Work hard for your wealth, don't use your position in power to acquire it. According to him it's all vanity and when on dies it all remains on Earth.
This is what he Posted on twitter,
"Work hard for your wealth don’t use your position in power to acquire it! It’s all vanity and when you die it all remains here... good examples are all over ..."
Kimston:Someone told us we can make wealth without stealing yet his father looted our country. He is languishing in stolen wealth. Another one was telling us we don't have to tell others who we are yet he can't finish his speech having not told us he was the minister for finance.
Mwiti:Sure , ,I don't know njenga karume acquired his wealth but now it's becoming vanity.what possessed wrongly will never be yours nor your generation.
Kim:In Kenya, political positions are used to acquire wealth and not forgetting pandemics and borrowing more and more.... It's a reality..
Awori:But y’all let their kids enjoy that stolen wealth so they’ll keep stealing.
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