Photo Courtesy. Western Kenya MPs.
With less than three months remaining before the next general election, politicians from different regions continue to move around looking for like-minded individuals to partner with ahead of the highly anticipated 2022 general elections.
Most leaders have been moving from one political faction to another as they look to find the best political outfit they can use to clinch power in August.
A Vocal Member of Parliament from the western Kenya region is a man living on borrowed time after his greed landed him in trouble with the wrong people.
According to a report by a local daily, the party boss had given the MP Ksh 15M to shift to his political camp. However, the MP has reportedly refused to decamp and has also refused to return the money.
The Party boss has now warned him that he is playing with fire and it's only a matter of time before he gets burned. The MP has been hiding in his Constituency since he knows the powerful politico is looking for him.
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