Kitui MP Buys Off Voters Like Useless Bofflo, Vows to retain The Seat

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By COUNTY DIARY

The Outgoing Member of Parliament from Kitui on Monday met a handful of his supporters from his area at Kitui Hotel and bought them off with 400k each attendee pocketing 2,000/ The TCD have learnt.

The money Is said to have been drawn from NG_CDF Kitty.

The event came at a time when there has been swift move by the electorates to disassociate themselves with the Mp and aligning their allegiance with the former MP whose popularity is sweeping the constituency like volcano furnace.

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A reliable source informed our desk that, the embattled legislator is alleged to have gone berserk and vowed to use his deep pockets to buy off voters like useless Malenge in order to retain the seat.

“This seat is ours and we shouldn’t allow those people to get it” desperate legislator said. “Na msikuje kwangu nyumbani tumemalizana twende tukaistishe kiti huko nje”

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The former Mp is said to have overrun the 4 wards with an unbeatable development track record, blustering from Construction of new and upgrading of primary and secondary schools, improved healthcare, provision of affordable water and equitable distribution of bursaries to needy students.

A move that has thrown the incumbent to fierce criticism and pressure from the voters and electorates to denounce his bid to retain the seat.

Over the weekend, the former Mp had toured and graced an FKF football to in parts of the area.

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The incumbent mp is now planning to mobilize supporters and stronghold of his competitor to buy them like rotten chapati and charm them with money to vote him in the August 2022 polls.

The masses across the “development-oriented rivers” have however vowed to teach the incumbent a bitter lesson advocating for a development oriented leadership.

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