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MP Sankok is not running for any elective position, an interview with Spice FM reveals.

Qualified MP David Sankok has stated why he will not run for election in August.

Sankok claims that he wants time to concentrate on his enterprises, which is why his name will not be on the ballot.

"The decision to contest or not to fight is an individual one. I chose not to run for office this time because I needed to take care of certain personal matters. " On Monday, he told Spice FM.

He also stated that he began campaigning for people with disabilities at an early age and did not have time to construct himself.

Sankok, on the other hand, stated that, although he decided not to run for office, he will continue to advocate for problems impacting people with impairments that are near to his heart.

The chosen MP also expounded on the Kenya Kwanza Alliance's proposal for PLWD in the country during the interview.

He also justified his time in the legislature, claiming that he fully engaged in debates on national and PLWD-related matters.

I always arrive on time since I don't let anything happen without me bringing up the problem of people with disabilities. For three years, I was recognized as the best-performing male MP. "Sankok took note.


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