CS Amina Mohamed's tweet on Jubilee sparks Outrage

KOT blasts CS Amina Mohamed

Amina took to her twitter handle to give reasons  why Jubilee government deserves a second term in office.

Her tweet was accompanied by Photos that shows Jubilee's  achievements in the past four and half years they have been in power.

In one of her photos, a Uhuruto banner was displayed on the background of the podium.

Kenyan On Twitter (KOT) quickly joined the conversation and decided to blast the CS for engaging in Politics.

According to the New Constitution, Cabinet Secretaries are not allowed to engage in Politics, but a good number of CS’s have been campaigning for the government.

Reactions from KOT

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