Adan Keynan's long tenure as the Ella's constituency will be coming to an end in 2027 as he will not defend his seat. This is according to a reported agreement that he has signed with his main opponent Ahmed Boray.
According to the agreement, Boray who had challenged his election in court has reportedly agreed to withdraw the case unconditionally.
In return, the Jubilee member of Parliament will not be defending the seat to pave ways fot Boray. The reported move is to enable the the member of Parliament to serve his constituency peacefully.
This comes just a day after a fake resignation letter allegedly by Keynan went viral on social media pages, he however came out to dismiss it.
Keynan became the longest-serving MP in Kenya following his re-election in the August 9 polls. He is serving his sixth term having joined politics in 1997 and served as Wajir West MP before the constituency got divided, he then become the member of Parliament for Eldas, a position he has held to date.
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