Kadyrov criticizes authorities of Chechen capital after little blogger’s speech
Kadyrov has published the video with the child’s speech on his page.
On his vk.com page, Chechen Head Ramzan Kadyrov criticized the authorities of Grozny and Chechen Vodokanal after the performance of a small video blogger, who complained that he had hot water running from both taps at his house.
Kadyrov also published the video with the child’s speech on his page. “There’s something wrong with Grozny, you know. I went to bathroom and turned on a tap – it had hot, or rather, boiling-hot [water] running from it. I turned on the other — hot water as well. Will Chechen Vodokanal ever come around? Should I install like, third tap or something? Here me, Vodokanal – I want cold water running on one side, and hot on the other, or I tell Ramzan Kadyrov,” the boy said.
Kadyrov watched the video and commented on it on his page. “I wonder if our Mayor Ibragim Zakriev’s hearing is fine? Also, what is easier for our Chechen Vodokanal – installing a third tap in each apartment of Grozny or dealing with the supply of hot and cold water like it’s supposed to? We’ll see, the countdown starts now!” Kadyrov wrote.
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