Kenyans will be going back to the ballot in 2022 to choose leaders who will take them through the next five years. The sitting leaders are doing everything possible to make sure they retain their seats while those aspiring to run for leadership positions are devising new strategies to win the hearts of the people.
Apart from paying fees for needy students and giving donations and handouts to the citizens of Kenya, many politicians have now gone the extra mile, building houses for the less fortunate in society.
In a picture circulating online, politicians identified as Hon. Elsie Muhanda branded her name on a house she built for her area resident. According to Lemiso Sato, a blogger who enjoys massive support from social media the named politician will be running for the position of Women Representative in Kakamega county.
In the comment section, netizens trolled the politician for branding her name on the house. Some said that this was a petty and childish idea.
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