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Celebrated Churchill Comedian MC Jessy begins his South Imenti grassroot parliamentary campaigns

The political temperature in the country have risen due to intensive campaigns countywide. New faces have joined the political field. Several influential, celebrated media personalities and wealthy businessmen have thrown their weights in politics.

Celebrated Churchill Comedian MC Jessy has officially announced his South Imenti parliamentary bid. His legal name is Jasper Muthomi. He featured in Churchill shows and he is one of the most celebrated comedians in Kenya media industry.

Today the hilarious comedian began his South Imenti grassroot parliamentary campaigns. He hosted a section of women and youths from the constituency for consultative meeting. He shared his dream for the residents of South Imenti constituency.

Speaking during the consultative meeting in the constituency, the parliamentary aspirant encouraged his people with words of Mother Teresa. " I alone cannot change the world, but I can cast a stone across the waters to create many ripples" comedian MC Jessy wrote on his official Facebook page after the meeting.

The comedian is facing stiff competition from other parliamentary aspirants. The parliamentary seat is currently held by Kathuri Murungi who defected from Jubilee party to UDA party. He will also be seeking to defend his parliamentary seat on a UDA ticket.

Other candidates in the race includes Meru chief of staff Mr. Gideon Kimanthi, UDA aspirant Ashford Mwiti and economist Mwenda Gatubo Manyara. Mr. Gideon Kimanthi enjoys massive support from the current Meru County administration led by Governor Kiraitu Murungi and deputy governor Titus Ntuchiu.

The parliamentary race seems to be a three-horse race between incumbent legislator Kathuri Murungi, Meru chief of staff Gideon Kimanthi and comedian MC Jessy.

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