'Pathetic!' Alai Mocks Wheelbarrow Movement, Embraces Uhuru's Promotion of Innovative Tech Companies
Renowned Cyber Activist Robert Alai has mocked the wheelbarrow movement spearheaded by H.E the Deputy President of Kenya, William Samoei Ruto.
Alai claims that the DP donating wheelbarrows and bodabodas is way behind what should be happening in the 21st century. He instead applauded the President who encourages innovative sectors in terms of technology unlike the DP.
“President Uhuru trying to show the country to think of big tech innovations like drones and GIS mapping but here he is flanked by a Deputy determined to take the country back to wheelbarrow pushing. The group will loot then tell everyone to use wheelbarrows. Patethic!”
The Head of State toured some of the technological exhibits innovated for Kenya by Kenyans at KWS law enforcement Academy and being pleased, he applauded the Kenyan youth for being at the forefront in technological developments which are set to transform the country through provision of local solutions.
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