Every election cycle in Kenya puts a fair share of personalities stepping out of the blues into the limelight because of their actions and statements.
An ongoing 2022 poll also featured unconventional figures, such as a man who showed up at the polling station shirtless, with a towel wrapped around his waist and a toothbrush in his mouth.
At another polling station, a woman was seen holding a teddy bear pretending to give birth to a baby.
Elsewhere, sensational comedian Arup his Malinditch showed up at the polling place in his "rally driver" gear and dusty face, as seen in his meme. But in the meantime, there's another guy online who's honestly cracking Kenyan ribs.
The man, who has yet to be identified, made a brief appearance on citizen television on the first day of the 2022 general election.
At around 5 a.m. on Tuesday, Citizen TV's Chemtai Goin asked for the views of local residents during a report from Uasingisu district. Whether or not local residents feel that security has been satisfactorily increased and whether or not they feel the elections are free and fair.
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