Kenya being a democratic country that is governed by the 2010 constitution which provides that general elections should take place after every five years in the available seats of president, governors, senators, women representatives, members of parliament and members of county assemblies.
During the 9th August 2022 general elections, Kwesis Kinaibei Stephen, a graduate from Laikipia university ran for the Kanduyi parliamentary seat but unfortunately lost to one of his competitors.
Having used all the money he had saved to do campaigns, Kwesis has now resolved to hawk bananas in the streets to be able to raise money to pay his HELB loan.
The politician says that his churchmates used to pray for him and hoped that they will vote for him, his home polling station that most of his churchmates vote he only got 12 votes which he says are from from youths who accompanied him to vote on polling day, since then he has decided to take a 10-month break from going to church.
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