Kenyan politicians have a habit of undertaking embarrassing projects that make them look bad in the eyes of the people.
They've mastered the skill of having a camera follow them around as they give citizens the most little gifts possible.
The majority of this is done to generate publicity, particularly in the run-up to the General Election.
Several politicians have been caught red-handed creating humiliating initiatives that bear their names.
Here are a few politicians who have been chastised for displaying their humiliating projects.
The Kimilili MP was caught on camera conducting embarrassing publicity stunts in attempt to impress voters.
Months later, the MP performed another ruse by paying a visit to an elderly grandmother in his constituency and making her tea.
The Rarieda MP is another politician who sparked mixed reactions online after he was photographed building mud houses for his constituents.
Otiende however defended himself stating that his plan was to eradicate mud houses in his constituency.
DP William Ruto
The Deputy President in 2016 toured Kilifi county to inspect the progress of electricity connectivity.
He was photographed showing off how the goverment had enabled supplied electricity in rural areas.
The Kesses MP was under fire after he was spotted launching a TV set.
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