Peter Kalerwa Salasya is a name that was unpopular in the last five months but since then, it is a popular name among Kenyan citizens. Peter Salasya is a youthful Kenyan without much money who threw his weight behind the Mumias East constituency seat on a Democratic Action party ticket and luckily he trounced his opponents to be the area member of parliament.
Peter Salasya is already enjoying the benefits of being an elected member of parliament, he has lately been spotted outside the country, in South Sudan.
While in Juba, South Sudan, Peter Salasya interacted with one man from the country on matters of marriage. The MP asked the man about the girls in the country and got to know that they are beautiful girls and when it comes to paying dowry, one can pay upto 200 cows, a poor man can pay up to to six cows while a richer guy like Salasya can pay up to 500 cows to marry a South Sudan.
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