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Senator Johnson Sakaja’s Thirst For Publicity Brought To An Embarassing Stop By Social Media User

Nairobi Senator Johnson Sakaja fell into trouble after he posted photos of his visit to a dusitD2 attack victim last evening.

The senator visited Emmanuel Omala’s home and even helped clear his hospital bill at the KNH.

While Sakaja expected to be showered with praise for such an “admirable” act coming from a politician, he received the exact opposite.

One social media user took the opportunity to call out Sakaja and went on to remind him that we was a Senator, not an ordinary citizen and he should, therefore, be working to fix the system from within instead of having to settle individual hospital bills.

Many Kenyans who were tired of Sakaja’s unquenchable thirst for publicity flooded Mr Mwabili’s post in agreement moments after he made the tweet.

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