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Radio Jambo breakfast host Gidi Gidi has pointed out some painful truths to his followers.

Since this is the holiday season, most Nairobians will be jetting off to shags to catch up with family and friends.

Well, Gidi points out that nowadays financial empowerment has reached the shags people and they have advanced and developed their lives way better than the people who left to seek fortunes in the biggest cities. Thanks to the new devolved government structures.

Gidi wrote, "Unarudi Ocha Christmas unapata ma youth wote waliandikwa na County government, wamejenga na wako na axio...wewe kitu uko nayo tu ni luku moto ya Kanairo."

Those truths hurt deeply. Some did not take the observation lightly, it weighed heavily on their souls.

Here are some reactions to the post.

Beril Otieno: Ukiskia wakisema venye wamenunua land na wanajenga unaeza panda tu train ya ksh 600 urudi kanairo.

Ochiri Jnr: Na ndevu imemea Kama kodera forest

Belinda Auma Okech: Pwahahahahahaa. Na hired vehicle😅😅😅😅😅

Wakarindi Wa Ndeithi: Hatukatai lakini mbona ushout? Nyumba yangu mbinguni ni ya dhahabu.. asiii 

Ēdwiñ Ākumü: Alafu saddest part ni eti ulikuwa mmoja wa watu wa Rural -to- Urban Migration na hao watu unarudi kukutana nao kwa gweng wame make strides kukushinda na uliendea greener pastures.

Carolina Phy: Na inauma mbaya sana..wameleta stima na wamezaa watoto wako private schools..do you know the deep meaning of someone taking their kids to a private school in shags? Wewe apo sasa nikupeana mimba ukiruka..uko na bbymama kama hamsini ivi.

James Oduor: Umefanya hata siendi ocha tena na ilikua niamkie kesho

Derrick Mc'cholaz: Very true... all my friends who work at Homabay county have posh homes and either own or two Axios or Proboxes. Siku hizi nikienda ocha Im humbled.

Moses Chemengu: Hakuna kompee kwa life.

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