Kenyan politician lambasted for flying in helicopter to build mud classrooms in his constituency

A Kenyan politician, Kithure Kindiki is getting fresh flak on social media over the means of transportation he used to flag-off the building of classrooms at a school in a Thara-Nithi county.

The former senator flew in a helicopter to his constituency to commence the building of classrooms using mud to make the walls.

Though the event did not occur this year, a Kenyan on Twitter, @jed_chumba raised concerns over the politician’s action.

Photos of Kindiki arriving at the community in a helicopter and laying the foundation for the classrooms have already gone viral.

Jed Chumba wrote; “Politicians 🙄 kindiki once flew by chopper to go build a classroom using mud jameni.”

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In reaction, @JerryAkata_ said; This one is in his own league.

@_justleh15; He did it just to say he was hands on, he was on the grounds when that classroom was built 😅😂

@RueChidoori; Shameless!!! Leadership in #Africa 🤔😳😒

@BobNyaso; These are very stupid dramas

@tolufadebayo; Man of the people. Grassroot politician

@Brother_Kat; That helicopter could build a school

@justYour_Fav; Hence we say, what they did Emalahleni must be done everywhere … *not condoning violence

@Pb_Jason; They kind of politicians we should watch out for and never vote for

@donmonclak; What type blood flows in these guys please?

@BulelwaSihlobo; This is exactly what @GovernmentZA is doing in South Africa. This is why we need to vote for change in the next election.