He Was Warned & Told To Return The Application Form: MP Forced To Drop Futile Bid For House Seat
By Don_Writer | self meida writer
Published 28 days ago - 3 views
A first-term lawmaker from Homa Bay County who was eyeing the vice-chair position of the National Assembly Health Committee has been dealt a huge blow. This is according to The Nation Newspaper on Friday 5th February 2021.
The legislator was forced to drop his bid after he was told that he was not included in the list of the 'chosen' ones by the party leader. Consequently, the Member of Parliament was asked to return the application form. According to the article, he was also warned that he would face unspecified consequences should he decided to go ahead with his bid. Being scared, the first-term legislator shelved his ambitions.
The next morning, the lawmaker was doing what he does best; he was sending Bible verses to his constituents through a well-known vernacular radio station as indicated in the article. It is evident that it will take a lot of considerations before the MP makes another move.
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