President Uhuru Kenyatta was elected alongside deputy president William Ruto in 2017 for the second term. The two leaders had a common dream of transforming Kenyans life. They have been trying their level best but all is not well since the inversion of a pandemic. Kenyans life have remained unbearable as most Kenyans cannot afford to take three meals per day.
Honorable Kabado wa Kabado has surfaced with a powerful message. He has expressed his disappointment on social media. He is angry with the heartless evictions of poor residents of Nairobi. Our government has been improving roads and other infrastructures to attain the main 4 agendas of the Jubilee government. Kabado wa Kabado has termed the move as a crime against humanity. Kabado has alleged that the evicted area will be occupied by merchants in the future after helpless dwellers were evicted.
Kabado said"These heartless evictions of poor residents of Nairobi is a crime against humanity. It's the forceful transfer of helpless dwellers to create space for merchants of gluttony."
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