Kenyans attack Jubilee leaders for sleeping on the job
On the receiving end were Kipchumba Murkomen and Kindiki Kithure who faced the wrath of Kenyans on Twitter (KOT) for allegedly sleeping on the job and failing to address the needs of the electorate.
Images of Kithure constructing mud walled classrooms surfaced online alongside an ultra-modern classroom complex constructed by Kibra MP Ken Okoth at Mbagathi High school.
Netizens also attacked Murkomen for offering a chopper ride for the best KCSE students in Elgeyo Marakwet instead of addressing the challenges in the county where some students learn under trees and sit on rocks.
Popular lawyer Nelson Havi attributed the state of things to the choices the electorates made in the recent general elections.
KOT also questioned the much-hyped development agenda that the Jubilee leaders have been preaching, noting with concern the sharp contract between their efforts and what the opposition MP has achieved with the limited resources at his disposal.
Some questioned why the Senate Deputy Speaker and former Senate Majority leader would construct mud structures in 2018.
Meanwhile, the Kibra MP received praises for transforming the lives of the electorate with meaningful development that directly impact on their lives.