It has now emerged that Nominated Senator Millicent Omanga is participating in the Uganda General elections, however, as an observer.
According to photos she shared on her social media platforms, Omanga was observing the elections on behalf of the Parliament of Kenya.
Omanga was in the company of among others Nominated Senator Mary Seneta.
However, her affiliation with Deputy President William Ruto out her on the receiving end, with some netizens slamming her for bragging yet she is just a nominated senator.
Others criticised Omanga for ‘slaying’ instead of observing the voting process as tasked.
We umeenda kupiga selfies uko badala kufanya kazi ulipelekwa uko kufanya, ktk @MillicentOmanga— Masta Abuya (@abuyamasta) January 14, 2021
Nominated senator, you need to be an observer always in any election because you are a good observer ?? even in our by elections .— WSJ.JK2022 President (@JizzaWakili) January 14, 2021
Without Jubilee, your wouldn't be in parliament in the first place. But now you behave like it's UDA that nominated you. Anyway, observe and report the situation as it is.— Victor Oyuko (@VictorOyuko) January 14, 2021
I hope you haven't carried with you any handouts in charge of arap lands— The Kenyan Voice?? (@EngrOchi) January 14, 2021
Is that a process anyone would brag about being an observer? That whose outcome is predetermined by use of military intimidation?? ????— Sayaret Matkaal?? (@Chapala_2) January 14, 2021
Hope you’ve gone as objective observers to expand Democracy and Electoral integrity sio kueneza wizi na utapeli..jus sayin.. ?— Benji Ndolo (@BenjiNdolo) January 14, 2021
Kenyan observers are a waste of public resoures. They never write reports from their observations. Kimunya was in the US the other day and never reported on anything. Wanaenda tu kunyaduana ?— Firimbi. (@mkkenyahalisi) January 14, 2021