Kenyans on twitter have blamed their leaders on drought leading to hunger that is currently being experience in the country.
Devolution cs Eugine Wamalwa said that nobody had died of hunger a statement that wasn’t taken easy by Kenyans.
Here are some reactions:
FACTS ; Governor Nanok receives over 14B from National. TURKANA also receives more funds than 98% of the counties. WITH over 7B on top of his national share as equalization funds! WHO IS FOOLING US NOW #GovernorsOfDrought pic.twitter.com/o4CVzrmIZS
— Kibet Benard (@KibetBenard_) March 20, 2019
We have the Haves and the Half Nots.
— Martoh 🇰🇪 (@realmartoh) March 20, 2019
— PRETTY KENYAN 😍 (@PrettyKenyan10) March 20, 2019
There is need to account for previous and current allocations as well as the equalisation fund, HE @GovernorNanok should be held accountable for all monies and charged in court; Crimes against humanity. #GovernorsOfDrought pic.twitter.com/FwYjwkpGfx
— Sir Ezer, MBS. (@Kipezer) March 20, 2019
In 2015 Devolution Conference at Sagana State Lodge, Governor Nanok almost wept speaking about the need for Turkana and other ASAL counties to get more billions so that their people could stop dying from famine.
— Polycarp Hinga® 🇰🇪 (@PolycarpHinga) March 20, 2019
People are facing drought in Turkana due to poor governance in the county. The county has failed to put up the correct mitigating measures despite receiving a lot of funding from the national Treasury. #GovernorsOfDrought pic.twitter.com/PxCdgPugE0
— Kevin Munyui (@ismunyui) March 20, 2019
— Chizi_flanii🇰🇪 (@ThuoIrungu1) March 20, 2019
We saw the National Government say it is releasing KShs 2B to mitigate the drought effects. If the Governors and their brokers are put anywhere near that money.. Trust me less than Kshs 100K will reach the victims😱😱😱 pic.twitter.com/8xUQFtoaqc
— Kenya (@KenyaFire) March 20, 2019