The former Kibwezi Member of Parliament Kalembe Ndile was involved in an accident in September 2017, when his vehicle collided head on another car along the Nairobi-Mombasa highway. The accident left him with disability and hence gave him the opportunity to claim that he was now a member of the Disability society of Kenya and could representative people living with Disability in Parliament.
Penning Kenyans.co.ke thoughts from their Twitter page @Kenyans, the former Kibwezi member of parliament Kalembe Ndile seeks to replace Senator Isaac Mwaura as the people living with Disability representative in Parliament following his road accident in 2017 that left his right thigh broken.
Below are netizens reactions on his post above;
"Soon enough we will have those with curved penises also running for this position. This Earth is hard". A comment read.
"Is that a disability? 😏 Thought it's a penis morphology 😂". a comment read.
"Tall order Kalembe, you'll salivate for that position till kingdom come!". A comment read.
"Lakini hii nayo ni ukweli..just how thought is disabled". A comment read.
"The real disability is in his mind". a comment read.
"Since when Kamba accent is a disability?". A comment read.
"MAOMBI IMWAGIKE KAMA MVUA". A comment read.
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