Political campaigns in Kenya has continued to gain ground in all parts of the country with different aspirants for various positions doing all they can to convince the public to vote for them in the forthcoming general elections.
It is a common practice for politicians to dish out money to people during the campaigns no wonder you will find a large crowd gathered around a politician. Actually, those rich politicians who give out huge amounts of money are very popular and have very many followers.
Whereas other politicians are doing their campaigns in luxurious SUVs vehicles, a certain political aspirant in Embu county has surprised many people after designing his own campaign helicopter using scrap metals and fitting it with a motor.
The young man known as "Jim KDF" is aspiring for Member of County Assembly seat in Gaturi South Embu and has requested the residents of the area to support him in the forthcoming elections.
See photos of this unique campaign helicopter below.
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