A File photo of Bonchari constituency MP Pavel Oimeke.
Bonchari constituency Member of Parliament Honourable Pavel Oimeke has announced that he will not be seeking re-election as an independent candidate.
He revealed this days after Raila Amollo Odinga's Orange Democratic Movement ODM party denied him the certificate to try and retain his position as a Member of Parliament.
He has since revealed that he will be exiting the world of politics months after he left the government as a public servant having served in various positions.
"Bonchari MP Pavel Oimeke, who lost ODM ticket to Jonah Onkendi, says he won’t seek re-election; he’ll be exiting after serving for one year-and-three months."https://t.co/4uMcrUj2Jh https://t.co/9kVD9gRZ0G
Earlier, Oimeke had accused Dagoretti North MP Simba Arati and Kitutu Chache South MP Richard Onyonka of orchestrating the move to have the ticket handed over to USA based businessman Jonah Onkendi.
Mr Oimeke has been battling accusations from some Bonchari residents that he has been missing in action since his election last year.
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