Gospel singer Stephen Kasolo. Image courtesy
As the August 2022 elections draw near, many people continue to declare their interests to unsit the incumbents or succeed those who have exhausted their term limits. From journalists, businessmen and women, professionals and the ordinary citizens, the political class continues to attract many.
Gospel artiste Stephene Kasolo has declared interest in vying for Kitui Member of County Assembly, Mulongo ward. The celebrated singer will be seeking his first political milage on undisclosed party.
Through his social media platform, Kasolo announced that he will launch his campaign at Katulani market on 12th this month. He went ahead to invited politicians, the church and everyone to the mega event. He indicated that he would be unveiling his manifesto for good governance and leadership of the people.
“Allow me to warmly invite you all to my Mega event on the 12th March... I will be launching my campaign and my manifesto in preparation for good governance and leadership,” he wrote.
The 'Kitole' hit-maker added, “I warmly invite you all, political leaders, aspirants across the region, the clergy to be a witness as we make our first step together.”
In a move seen as to keep out his critics from engagements, Kasolo made it clear that there was no room for comments. “Comments not allowed.” The announcement was posted under privacy mode that blocked engagements.
The Kyaa kya Ngai singer has been under attack on social media in the past days for threatening to kill his daughter for breaking what was referred to as expensive bottle. The outcry forced him to withdraw the remarks and apologize.
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