• Toto should focus on local politics and the issue of national politics to leave the politicians who were in the industry for a while.
The former wife of the first governor of Machakos Alfred Mutua, Lillian Ng'ang'a has become the latest person to venture into the political conversation giving her opinion about the remarks of the female representative of Bomet Linet Chepkorir aka Toto.
Toto has divided people online after a video emerged where she was seen mocking Azimio leader Raila Odinga.
In the video, Toto and other leaders from the Rift Valley region had attended the thanksgiving ceremony of Mogotio MP Reuben Kiborek.
The young member of parliament from Bomet county attacked Odinga saying that he started his politics even before she was born and until now when she had grown up and was elected as a leader, Odinga's politics had never changed.
Her statement has really caused a lot of controversy with Juliani's wife Lillian even giving her opinion on the matter.
The mom of one advised Toto that despite the existence of freedom of speech there are things a self-aware leader should not speak.
"Freedom of expression is yes but this makes me cringe, little girl," Ng'ang'a wrote in a retweet of the remarks that the Women's Rep was quoted as saying.
Check out what Lillian's followers had to say below;
38Ntabo Ntabo@AndyNtabo· I know where the cringing comes from but she is saying the truth! Is it because she is addressing @RailaOdinga ? Mr. Odinga is a public figure and he should expect criticisms and accolades in equal measure age notwithstanding!
The debate continues to gain momentum as MP Salasya also finds himself in the fray by saying that Toto's medicine is to impregnate her.