City lawyer Donald Kipkorir has claimed that Kenyans will still cheer legislators who are allegedly 'misusing' taxpayers' money in the USA.
In a tweet on Wednesday, the flamboyant lawyer noted that despite the fact that the MPs, Senators and MCAs are being accused of wasting public resources, they will come back and continue with their normal activities as if nothing happened.
"90 Kenyan MPs & Senators are in US at public expense on holiday disguised as official trip...When these MPs who are from all factions of Political Parties return to Kenya, they will resume their weekend rhetorics telling us they care for us:the poor villagers will cheer them," tweeted Kipkorir.
The legislators who travelled to the USA for a legislative conference to discuss sampling country music as well as getting inspirational talks from songstress Dolly Parton have been slammed for misusing public resources.
The move was first castigated by ODM leader Raila Odinga as wastage of taxpayers' money and demanded that the Parliament apologise for sending a huge delegation as compared to other countries represented by a small number.
Kenya happened to be the country with the largest delegation in the National Conference of State Legislatures (NCSL) in Nashville, Tennesse.
According to a report by Nation, the Speakers of Parliament receive Sh75,000, MPs Sh65,000, and MCAs Sh42,600 as daily allowances during their trip.