Nairobi Women Representative Esther Passaris and lyricist King Kaka have been on the receiving end of a heated conversation on Twitter after the lawmaker sought medical treatment abroad.
Passaris flew to India for surgery under two months and she boasted about investing Ksh 50 million in elections when asked about healthcare in the country.
“I invested 50 million to be elected a leader. I served way before being elected. At 55 #OfficiallyMadeOfTitenium because of the sacrifices I made. As a member of the Health Committee we shaping the President,” she stated.
Furious King Kaka brought back his lyrics from the controversial song, Wajinga Nyinyi, citing that politicians seek treatment abroad and letting their constituents die in local hospitals.
“Shame shame Shame. The talk should be on how we have made our health reliable to the point you are getting your surgery at KNH. Wewe Uko Hapo unatuambia juu ya 50million. Stop being selfish for once, just for once and serve the people who put you there. Shame,” King Kaka responded.
Passaris who is still under medication could not give a break to her fingers and told the artist that he is full and fooled and his words cannot lead.
To put a halt in the conversation, King Kaka asked the woman representative to finish her dosage first so they can engage.