Jubilee trolled, again, for ‘misplaced priorities’ in Last Mile project
Jubilee government has been trolled again for “misplaced priorities” after pictures of manyattas in Garissa connected to electricity were shared social media.
Some users wondered whether safety precautions were taken and if electricity was the top priority, as the area is seen to be hit by drought.
The picture is taken as part of the Jubilee Government’s Last Mile project, which seeks to connect millions to the national grid by 2017.
The image was shared by Kenya Power on social media.
— Kenya Power Limited (@KenyaPower) December 5, 2016
Then the reactions.
— Wanjikũ Revolution™ (@WanjikuRevolt) December 5, 2016
— Mwangi Maina (@MwangiMaina_) December 6, 2016
— ＳＯＮＯＦＫＥＮＹＡ (@DancaanIsMe) December 5, 2016
Are you supposed to be proud of this?Pathetic!
— Abraham Ondiek (@phylabra) December 5, 2016
pulldown this naivety
— ?? KABUGOooo (@kabugooo) December 6, 2016
what if fire breaks out due to an electric problem, will anything be salvaged???
— Brian Bwana (@Brian_Bwana) December 5, 2016
— Rwamba Rwamba (@RwambaRR) December 6, 2016
But others defended the project.
I don't understand why we have a problem with KPLC's Last Mile project. Being connected to the electricity grid is life changing for many
— Xanau (@Trackmann) December 6, 2016