Kenyans on twitter attack Ruto management style
SCI & TECH
By Standard Reporter | July 21st 2017
NAIROBI, KENYA: Kenyans took on Bomet Governor Isaack Ruto management style making him one of the most discussed topics on twitter.
Under the #ArrestIsaacRutto, Kenyans made several allegations against the governor especially in regards to his management style of Bomet County.
While some praised Ruto and dismissed the attacks to his association with Raila Odinga’s Nasa Coalition, others had no kind words alledging that he has mismanaged money and mishandled labour issues in the county.
Jasto @JJastus alledged that the Governor has missapropriated funds and the worst being Sh28 million bursary fund.
Purity Amber @AmberPurity claimed the governor incurred an expenditure of Sh 11,080,271 on foreign trips to New Delhi and other countries.
Brian Khaniri contributing under @BKhaniri alledged that Ruto irregularly authorised payment of Sh31,500,000 for the construction of his office which was not complete 6 months later#ArrestIsaacRutto.
Others like Charity Sanguli @CharitySanguli wanted the governor arrested for failure to install IFMIS#ArrestIsaacRutto.
However another group had different view on the topic dismissing it as a politic plan to discredit the governor.
Pro-governor blamed Jubilee coalition bloggers for coming up with the hashtag #ArrestIsaacRutto.
[email protected] @GolloWaqo20101 tweeted “rare to hear pro jubilee leaders being intimidated. Tough popular guys e.g Rutto,Kingi and Sultan are always punched. #ArrestIsaacRutto”
Nico Mutie @nicomutie said “If this is what @JubileePartyK bloggers are propagating then the internet should be closed even 10 days to the elections. #ArrestIsaacRutto.”
mikey @wyciimaich1 said “Same names on the hash tag #ArrestIsaacRutto NASA 10 million strong Uhuru has to go, propaganda haitosaidia.”
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