Kenyans on Twitter (KoT) are very active and can also be very condescending.
They have started reminding elected politicians about their campaign promises.
Those targetted are mostly governors who gave what appeared to be lofty promises to secure the votes.
Below, Nakuru Governor-elect Susan Kihika is reminded about the promise to hire all medical workers on permanent and pensionable terms.
Nakuru is now a City and thus must attract more scrutiny.
The Governor-elect for the Capital City of Nairobi, Mr Johnson Sakaja was equally reminded about his one license per business promise.
It is clear that the two trended because of the status of their respective counties.
What Kenyans forget is the politicians will make very spectacular promises that are hard to follow through to fulfilment.
One major reason for this is due to the fact that the promises of political parties are empty because they do not have the ability or the authority to pass the legislation or to promote the policies they promise.
These are the roles of parliament and government, in this case county assembly and also the reality of the county coffers.
In Kenya, the later is much true, country or county coffers.
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