MPs have resolved to have NG-CDF scrapped

Lurambi MP Titus Khamala says they have continued to come under attacks from the Gen Zs over their spending

Titus Khamala
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Lurambi MP Titus Khamala has allegedly disclosed that MPs have been discussing the issue of insults directed at them.

Online, Kenyans are expressing that the bursary amounts are too small and are questioning the rationale behind the disbursement.

Khamala stated,

"We, as MPs, have unanimously discussed that the CDF is causing us trouble. We are being insulted, called 'Mpigs.' Nowadays, I'm even called 'supreme pig,'" he claimed in a video shared by IG Ulizalinks.

The Orange Democratic Movement (ODM) elected MP indicated that they are frustrated with the criticism of the National Government Constituency Development Fund (NG-CDF).

"All these insults, let's end them to make Gen Z happy. Isn't this bursary going to Gen Z? Is it going to millennials? This bursary goes to Gen Z, right?"

"Mpigs" is a term used in Kenya to describe greedy leaders or politicians.

"So, prepare for life without the CDF," he admitted regarding the future of the fund.

MPs have also proposed how Gen Z can manage their educational financial needs.

"We have suggested that they seek HELB, go to the Ministry of Education, or approach the county government," Khamala added.