A member of parliament based in Nyanza was ashamed after being court red-handed watching adult content while at a public function. The MP who is currently serving his second term in office felt embarrassed while at the recent trade union meeting which was hosted in Geneva.
As if that was enough to be embarrassed, the politician was sorted right next to the wife of one of the popular trade unionists while at the function. While enjoying his moments, he received 12 videos from one of his many staunch supporters. He quickly thought that the videos required immediate reply prompting him to open them at once.
With his phone's volume at the maximum, the adult content videos started playing instantly since his gadget was fast at downloading. Embarrassed with the scene, he quickly tried to reduce the phone's volume but all was in vain, this prompted him to excuse himself and go out where he could delete the videos.
From that scene, he has vowed to block the sender and never to operate on maximum volume while at an official meeting like that.
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