'He Is The Only Pupil With Shoes And Belt' Photo Of MP Aspirant Playing With Pupils Causes Uproar
By Mavin_Mabonga | self meida writer
Published 1 months ago - 1 views
Dramas in Kenyan politics will never end. Most of aspirants in different positions will always come up with a dramatizing stuff to campture the attention of their supporters. As it has been a norm, ODM leader Raila Odinga is known for his Vitendawili drama.
In Kabuchai, Bungoma County, members of the constituency are preparing for the by-election which is slated for next month. Already aspirants have aligned themselves and the bombshell is about to go down. Being the stronghold of Ford Kenya, Ford Kenya leader Moses Wetangula gave the ticket to Majimbo Kalasinga who will be carrying the flag of the party high in the constituency.
Majimbo has captured the attention of voters when his photo in full school uniform of a local primary school leaked on social media. Tuko news shared the photo where it clearly showed how the Member of Parliament aspirant was playing with school children.
The photo which was shared by Tuko has gone viral and caused uproar on social media
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