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Millicent Omanga has flown out her dog to Germany for treatment

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Sultry nominated  Senator Millicent Omanga has reportedly flown out her dog to Stuttgart Veterinary Treatment Facility in Germany for specialized treatment after rupturing knee ligaments.
The dog named Jowie reportedly had an accident last week and the flamboyant senator decided to flow Jowie because apparently there are no veterinary facilities that could take of him locally.
And many netizens are furious with this blatant show of wealth with many questioning how she has amassed fortunes since she joined politics.
Gordon Opiyo a renowned blogger said this is a case of political class vomiting on our shoes and we must stop it.
It is not clear how much she used for the trip but it must have cost some fortune. Efforts to meet the senator for comments were futile.

Lasy year Omanga, 37  revealed that she owes her success in life to Deputy President William Ruto, who lifted her from ‘hawking’ and made her a public figure.

 

Omanga said her appointment as a director of the Kenya Electricity Generating Company (KenGen) after Jubilee took over in 2013, was organised by Ruto.

The voluptuous senator said she was summoned by then Energy Cabinet Secretary Davis Chirchir to his office and in one hour flat, she had become a company director.

 

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 “When CS Chirchir called and asked if I was in Nairobi before directing me to rush to his office, I wondered what I had done. I got to his office and he informed me that the following day, KenGen would be holding its annual general meeting and that I had been nominated as one of the directors. I could not believe it,” she revealed.

Omanga said the call that changed her life came when she was bargaining over the price of 30 bedsheets at a shop in town, with the hope of reselling them at a profit.

“I was bargaining with the Asian shopkeeper for a good price that could ensure I got a profit when I resold the sheets later,” she said.

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