Dubious: ‘Generous’ MP eats humble pie moments after bragging to constituents

He is begging them to go slow [Photo: Courtesy]

An MP from Western region who had gone wild on social media over how he distributed bursary funds to his needy constituents has gone missing from the same platform.

This is after the first-timer was challenged by his constituents to post a list of beneficiaries,specific amounts issued and the schools the beneficiaries attend.

 It is rumoured that he is in the constituents’ in-boxes, begging them to “go slow” on the matter.


A number of lawmakers broke into celebrations yesterday, after President Uhuru Kenyatta signed into law the Cyber Crimes Bill.

After media houses sent out alerts that the bill had been signed to law, two renowned

MPs were overhead in a city restaurant praising the head of State.

One of them, who has been a victim of fake news in the recent past, said the news could not have come at a better time.

“This is like music to my ears. I thank President Kenyatta for the move. Let those who are used to maligning my name on social media do so now,” he dared.