Flamboyant businessman rants angrily after Nairobi potholes damaged his Sh15 Million Porsche (Photo)
His car almost rolled over.
From potholes in the suburbs to potholes in the CBD and even along some major highways the state of Kenyan roads is glaring evidence of how much of the taxpayers money is being pocketed.
Flamboyant businessman Ben Kang’ang’i has become the latest victim of the pothole hazard after his 15 Million+ car hit a huge pothole along Waiyaki Way and damaged his tires. A situation that would have turned tragic if his car had rolled over after hitting the pothole.
Taking to social media a disgruntled Kang’ang’i wrote “After queuing for a gruesome three and a half hours in August to vote for MCA, MP, governor and president in the last year general election, I am a bitter and severely frustrated Kenyan. Promises were made for better roads and up to par health facilities and even additional stadiums, lol. Instead Nairobi residents have been left at their own mercies with dilapidated roads, dry taps, unemployment, street families amongst many endless ills. Fellow Kenyans, we surely deserve better. Much better than we’ve been made to accept. I almost rolled my car after hitting a massive pothole along Waiyaki Way in Westlands over the weekend. Why aren't we mad? What are my taxes used for?”
He later tagged Sonko, Sakaja and Uhuru urging them to do better by the country. “I appeal to H. E @governormikesonko, @jsakaja and H. E @president.of.kenya to pull up their socks!! For heaven’s sake please do better. All of you. Whether you voted for Jubilee or not demand for better. Gutted!” He wrote.
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