With less than 12 months remaining before next year's general elections, Leaders from different regions have been drafting strategy plans ahead of the highly anticipated 2022 general elections.
The plans have involved going back to the voters and try to offer generous contributions to try and lure the innocent electorate to vote for them again.
A report has emerged on how such a plan backfired in Western. According to a report by a local daily, Sirisia Member of Parliament Mr. Waluke donated Ksh 30000 during the burial of Wafula Buke's mom in Sirisia.
To his shock, Buke took the money and divided it among the mourners. According to Buke, he was not going to allow Waluke to gain political mileage by using his mother's burial ceremony. Buke who is a close ally of the Deputy President noted that the burial budget had been Catered for and thus didn't need any contributions.
The mourners reported went back home smiling after coming to Mourn.
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