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Wacha Mungu Aitwe Mungu! 'Serikali Saidia' Woman's Current Situation That May Leave You Surprised

Authoritative#Political#News 2d

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Serikali Saidia (Jane Anyango) before being assisted

In the year 2011, there was a serious floods in Budarangi constituency. Crops were destroyed as well as deaths of livestock. Some people also lost their lives.

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People in this region cried for help as they were faced with serious need of basic and fundamental human needs and services. This forced the national and local government to intervene in order to find a long lasting solutions.

Jane Anyango Adika who is one of the victims of deadly flood of 2012 in Budarangi became a famous for his phrase 'serikali saidia'. She cried for him from the government in April 2012. During that time, Jane Anyango said that she was not able to trace her children and her husband. This made Kenyans to nickname her 'Mama serikali'. Jane who was struggling with her poverty was calling the government to save them as they were suffering a lot.

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Jane Anyango(Serikali Saidia) in yellow top after she was contracted by Safaricom

Jane Anyango's plight was a blessing in disguise. To rescue her from poverty and suffering, she was contracted by Safaricom for promotion purposes.

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Jane Anyango expresses her happiness (Photo courtesy of the Standard Digital)

Her star shined further as Kisumu County government appointed her the county flood preparedness ambassador under the department of Special Programmes. “We have taken this initiative to ensure that the people get the information on floods from a simple perspective and a familiar face,” Mr Ranguma said. This has enabled her to earn a living hence improving her family's living standards.

Indeed God is great. Jane Anyango of 2012 is not the current Jane of 2020.

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