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Kenyans not shy to react after Jubilee's Budalang'i bridge collapses

By From the Web | Jun 27th 2017 | 1 min read

Saphan Akiri: I fear this might turn out to be another mega scandal where taxpayers' money lined pockets of some individuals.

John Ithenya: You just have to love the way news is twisted to suit certain interests. See how the contractor's name does not appear anywhere.

Mercy Mercy: All Jubilees project's are Chinese and meant to lure voters.

Ben Bamra: Stranger than fiction. Jubilee burning up its reelection dream at every opportunity.

Bensammy Arudo: Sh1.2 billion is inflated. About 20 per cent lined some folks' pockets.

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