When Polycarp Igathe joined the Nairobi governor race, many saw him as a "project" and maybe an office guy.They felt he was so weak for politics and probably just suited for office jobs.But no! Igathe is disapproving the people wrong.His latest moves and mode of campaigns has attracted many.
From Igathe the office guy, we now have Igathe the matatu tout who is seen hanging on the bus welcoming passengers om board.He pays fare for the travellers as he talks with them and sells his agenda.He is also in market places very early in the morning talking to the market women amd knowi their problems.
Igathe has also dropped the official office suits and now just operates on light civilian clothing.He has his trademark half jacket.He also goes to Muguoa base and hears from them.
He has also visited bodaboda guys,also tp listen to their issues.
A poor of him riding on a donkey fart has been arguably the funniest.He seems to have scored on PR skills as compared to Johnson Sakaja.
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