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Deputy governor’s Prado found parked outside Girls’ hostel during late hours

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By Standard Reporter | September 24th 2018

A Toyota Prado assigned to a Deputy Governor in one of the Rift Valley counties has caused a storm among residents after it was found parked outside a Girls’ hostel in the late hours of Tuesday night.

A resident took the picture and posted it to a social media platform causing heated reactions between supporters of the Deputy Governor and those who claim that he was preying on college girls.

One of the DG’s critics said that the officer was powerless in the county and was a proxy used by the governor to advance his deals.

“He has no work to do so he spends most his time chasing young college girls in hostels and around town,” posted another.

The bible condemns a King who dwells too much in women; his kingdom is a failure.

The vehicle in a civilian number plate has before been used by the governor’s aide in a drinking binge along one of the streets.

The deputy governor who was picked from his teaching job was recently said to have appointed his relatives to one of the hospitals boards with the aim of wanting to benefit from Sh150 million allocation to improve the facility.


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