The nominated senator Millicent Omanga made an unwittingly statement that got her into conflict with some netizens after ridiculing a part of the president Uhuru’s speech during a funeral service in Dodoma , at Jamuri Stadium for the late President Magufuli.
The president passionately stated his admiration for Pombe’s lessons that a country can prosper without foreign aid. However, that did not confer well with Omanga and she went on tweeted to disagree with the president but in an ingenious way.
Angel Gabriel said today in Tanzania that he learned the art of self reliance and independence from donor funding from John Pombe Magufuli.
Mwalimu Magufuli had many students.
— Millicent Omanga (@MillicentOmanga) March 22, 2021
“Angel Gabriel said today in Tanzania that he learned the art of self-reliance and independence from donor funding from John Pombe Magufuli. Mwalimu Magufuli had many students,” stated Omanga on her twitter account.
Tumia akili Madam Kentank, respect your boss and by the way 2022 is ahead of us be warned, the ground has been watching you from an angle
— MR. FIX~IT (@Reinhar02029322) March 22, 2021
Even though we're disappointed with uhuru's style of leadership, don't grow the hopes that it's Ruto who will be the president 22" to resque us. They're one and the same thing. Afadhali deep state ituamulie but we won't elect Ruto as the president. Let this sink in you..
— Iddi-Shi Jay (@jumaidd8) March 22, 2021
However, the banter on the Kenyan president did not go well with her as it sparked so many reactions that reminded her that her political affiliation is no way better. Even so, this does not make it the first time the nominated senator has bantered on Uhuru.
Last year on December, she faulted Kenyatta on the grounds of delegating duties meant for his deputy to a minister. This was when the president went for a month –break.
Why can't he delegate to his deputy for the one month he will be attending to other important matters? pic.twitter.com/FIujUq5jAJ
— Millicent Omanga (@MillicentOmanga) December 7, 2020