Deputy President William Ruto ally, Former Nominated Senator Millicent Omanga, has been trolled online after posting this photos online bragging how she has transformed this woman's life by doing this to her.
Millicent Omanga was proud of what she did to the woman selling grocery, they are famously known as 'mama mboga' in Kenya. But Kenyans didnot think what Omanga did was worth sharing and bragging online.
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The woman selling groceries and roasting maize, had placed her small structure beside the road selling her products. The small structure's roof was made of polythene bag that was designed to look like an umbrella but it was not of standard and it looked like rain was leaking inside.
Millicent Omanga decided to change the woman's working environment by giving her a new umbrella that had her name on and a photo. The umbrella she donated was somehow smaller than the one she had but it was of high standard.
Kenyans trolled Omanga for giving the woman that umbrella because they thought she could have constructed a decent 'kibanda' for the lady instead of the umbrella to put her products on.
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