It is alleged that when it's close to elections the political class tend to pretend to belong to a lower class of citizens or rather the haves not. Here are the pictures that depicts their alleged humble and down to earth nature .
Here senator Kithure Kindiki is seen helping his people by building a village school.
This is something that politicians do in every electioneering period in order to win the hearts and minds of the common voter.
Hon Didimus Baraza is also not left behind as at one time he was seen wearing a school uniform where the pair of his short had patches at back. In another occasion he is pictured hammering a nail on the iron sheet as he helps his constituents build houses.
The reason behind this acts of humility is not well known but bundits claim that by doing this it helps these politicians send a message to the voters that they are just common people with a view of helping them in whatever capacity they may seek assistance. It seems we're yet to see more as we approach next year in a few months time.
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