- Uhuru Kenyatta is visiting Kisii town on a ‘working tour of Kisii and Nyamira Counties’
- He has launched the upgrading to bitumen standard of Nyamira-Igonga-Gesonso-Itibo-Kiabusura-Mwata-Botitaa-Riana-Iyabe-Ekiendege-Chisaro roads
- Kenyans are not happy about his visit
President Uhuru Kenyatta might have taken a trip to Kisii but nobody is here for it. Some are viewing this a PR move with no real value while some are just seeing it as a vanity move in anticipation of the elections.
RT if you agree Kisii is a NASA zone
— Holy Grail ® ™ (@ODMendel) March 21, 2017
— Jared Mokaya. (@bob_agazee) March 21, 2017
— mayieka mayaka (@DanielMayaka) March 21, 2017
"I have come to Kisii to launch Standard Gauge bananas"#UhuruInKisii
— Joshua K. Njenga (@JKNjenga) March 21, 2017
— George jr Kamau (@georgejrkamau) March 21, 2017
— #TeamCourage (@IvanEvans_Kenya) March 21, 2017
He comes in kisii and launches dormitories when he goes to central he commissions construction of roads, we are not fools
— Duke Of Kisii ™ (@freddy_mckers) March 21, 2017
#UhuruInKisii To launch PR projects for last minute vote hunting.
Lakini KISII ni NASA..
Ama namna gani?
— Eng.Millan™ (@millan_ke) March 21, 2017
Kisii IDPs have not been resettled like their Kikuyu counterparts #UhuruInKisii
— Rein (@Asamoh_) March 21, 2017
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One commenter added something interesting to the discussion.
#uhuruinkisii anybody attending the rally in kisii is being given 3k
— Desmond (@muragz76) March 21, 2017
#UhuruInKisii I just missed the 1k, But remember kisii people are fiercely independent and cannot be lured by cash handouts.
— Martin Ombogo (@OmbogoMartin) March 21, 2017
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