With only 34 days left to the August general poll, a lot is happening in the political scenes.
Politicians are busy traversing the country in search of votes, that will propel them to win their respective seats.
Nominated member of parliament, David Ole Sankok who is also a strong ally of the deputy president announced yesterday, that he had decided to leave politics and focus on the family business.
Today while speaking to Tv47, the vocal legislator who recently lost his son in unclear circumstances has made a surprise turn.https://twitter.com/tv47ke/status/1544165211204100100?s=20&t=3Wex4e-6nWvJPScTvUZS9A
Hon David Ole Sankok has said he was misquoted by the media, claiming that he only stated he was going not seek any elective seat.
The member of parliament has said he is not retiring but instead not contesting for any seat just like what Kithure Kindiki and Sabina Chege did.
Hon Sankok Further stated, that there are people over 80 years in politics yet he is at 43.
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