Politicians are supposed to cater for the masses, attend to their needs and provide them with the needed infrastructure and developmental projects to enhance their livelihoods since they voted them into power but not to come to them during electioneering period and make huge promises.
As it did occur, aggrieved Kenyan residents who reside in the Marsabit County government expressed their dissatisfaction at politicians during a meeting by serving them with dirty water at Karera Market. They bemoaned the poor treatment meted out to them by these politicians and accused them of abandoning them and nicely served them with dirty water in plastic bottles.
It was an earnest appeal to the leaders to address the water problem within the vicinity and provide them with clean drinking water. Their message was perfectly on point as they made their request known. They deliberately boiled dirty water and served it at the table.
Ironically, these politicians who knew better didn't drink it. This is the water the masses drink, so if the politicians reject it then it seems to suggest that its not good for human consumption.
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