Kenyans on Twitter have launched scathing attack for arriving on a chopper to help in the construction of mud walled classroom at Kamutuandu Primary School in Tharaka Nithi County.
Here are some of the reactions of Kenyans on the issue;
Look at underdevelopment records of Kindiki Kithure and Kipchumba Murkomen of constructing mud walled classrooms and chopper rides for best performing students. Compare with Kenneth Okoth’s development of multi storied building stone classrooms. Choices indeed have consequences.
— Nelson Havi (@NelsonHavi) February 18, 2018
Landed on a chopper. Went and changed. Then without shame started making mud and using it to wall a classroom. That’s ‘ Prof’ Kithure Kindiki. Kamutuandu Primary School kids will remember seeing a chopper but will be shocked to know it brought their Senator to muddy the school! pic.twitter.com/IGkOEBv8rS
— D I K E M B E (@Disembe) February 18, 2018
Tharaka Nithi senator and Senate Deputy Speaker Kithure Kindiki assisting Tharaka residents build a mud walled classroom… pic.twitter.com/gYDDRYLmRi
— TheNortherner (@alaminkimathi) February 17, 2018
On top is a mud classroom being erected by Meru's Kithure Kindiki (far left) while below is Mbagathi High School built by Kibra MP Kenneth Okoth.
Choices have consequences. pic.twitter.com/zJH7eltKHX
— Cyprian, Is Nyakundi (@C_NyaKundiH) February 17, 2018
So apparently Professor Kithure Kindiki who is lining up to be @UKenyatta 's successor landed a chopper at Kamutuandu Primary School and went ahead to make a mud walled classroom. @Disembe#ShamefulKindiki pic.twitter.com/wEVQ3xqQL0
— Duncan Makori (@EngnrDan) February 18, 2018
— Samuel Mbeche (@SamuelMbeche2) February 17, 2018