Celebrated Comedian MC Jessy has made his debut into politics as he eyes for Parliamentary seat in the forthcoming General Elections.
According to reports, the comedian will be vying for this position to represent the people of South Imenti Constituency, Meru County. Jessy is expected to receive blessings from Ameru elders, Njuri Ncheke tomorrow before officially unveiling his campaigns.
The Churchill Show comedian has however not yet disclosed the political party he will use to actualize his ambitions.
Owing to his popularity across the country, Jessy is expected to give a stiff competition to his rivals and could probably secure the bag.
The comedian joins a list of other comedians and celebrities who have declared their candidature in various political positions across the country. Earlier this year, former Tahidi High actors Omosh and OJ joined Ruto's United Democratic Alliance (UDA) party as they both eye MCA positions in their respective Wards next year.
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