The newly elected senator is the latest talk of the town after the passion for women he showed during his induction in Naivasha. Sources familiar with the matter said the lawmaker never missed an opportunity as he hosted various women in his chambers.
Rumors have it that there were days when people saw more than one woman in a day. The staff of the high-class hotel was shocked by this man's pleasure.
Unlike his colleagues who stayed behind and were able to get to know each other after the induction, he hurried out of the induction area and went straight to the ladies of the waiting room. If he comes during the day, he always skips class.
One of the workers said that he has completely changed since the day he won the election. He rarely returns to his wife and children. The senator reportedly bought an apartment in the city that housed a variety of women.
According to the insider, the Naivasha drama was just the tip of the iceberg, and his time in Nairobi is said to be getting worse. The workers are worried that even then they will not be able to deliver to their people.
They are also worried about his financial situation because he pays women a lot of money. He lured some into bed with false promises of buying cars, houses, and homes or even going abroad.
After the encounter, he is known to block all communication channels. Also, the workers were afraid that he would get into trouble with the town girls because they knew where he lived.
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