Dennis Maina launched his candidacy on Facebook with a beautiful photo of himself, prompting female voters to pledge to register to vote in the constituency.
"As the situation for regular residents becomes more onerous, so should our resolve to address the leadership crisis. We did not end up where we are now by chance. It's because our leaders failed to properly plan and allocate money to programs and initiatives that could result in overall economic growth. That needs to be addressed "he penned
He informed people that he was ready to deliver for the people of his constituency and appealed with them to do so.
While he was speaking about his goals for the Kiharu constituency, most females were just interested in his attractiveness.
Here are some of the comments from the post:
Twinkle Charmer said:
"I think I'll go back home to vote you in."
Gathondu Mwangi commented:
"We voted Ndindi Nyoro and he forgot us, now it's our time, he must go."
Katerina Shorey added:
"Don't be scared by the negative vibe, go for what you believe in."
Shanniz Wanji said:
"I second you, you are going somewhere."
Haron Njeru commented:
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