It is shocking to know Millicent Omanga was lying on social media. New details have emerged on the fake projects she is launching which could land her into trouble.
Two days ago, the flamboyant women representative posted on her Twitter account acknowledging that she donated five umbrellas and stock to a chips dealer.
However, the lady who is identified as Bevalyne Kwamboka come out to divulge the truth after Omanga's post went viral on social media.
The chips dealer nailed the truth, she revealed that Millicent Omanga only donated an apron and bought 350 worth of potatoes.
"For the clarification team, Millicent Omanga bought potatoes worth 350, came out of the vehicle with five umbrellas, took photos and returned," she narrated.
The emerging details from Bevalyne Kwamboka put the women representative and her team in an awkward situation to explain to the nation why they lied on social media.
Omanga's team has destroyed its public reputation which could take another long time to recreate. With only ten months to the next general polls, Millicent Omanga action may cost her in the ballot box in 2022.(photo: courtesy)
Going by matrices, Omanga's actions have reduced trust among citizens who supported her. It will be very hard to confuse residents with her projects again.
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