Outgoing Kesses constituency member of Parliament Hon. Mishra Kiprop, has addressed claims that he has withdrawn scholarship for students he is sponsoring just days after loosing his parliamentary seat.
The Outgoing Kesses constituency member of Parliament Hon Mishra Kiprop. Photo courtesy.
A section of bloggers have been alleging on social media that the outgoing MP dropped 300 students whom he has sponsored their education scholarships from own pocket after losing the seat to a UDA candidate. They also alleged that the former legislator had also decided to collect back hundreds of dairy cows and motorcycles which he had previously donated to Kesses constituency residents.
However, Mishra has come out to term the reports as fake and urged members of the public to ignore them. He confirmed this through his social media pages.
Mishra who ran on an independent ticket lost the seat to United Democratic Alliance party candidate Julius Kipletting.
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