Why I won’t showcase my naughty photos – MP Salasya tells Kenyan babes
Kenyans and mostly the Mumias East residents were waiting to see the Member of Parliament Peter Salasya showcasing photos of him in his birthday suit.
He promised his female constituents and fans that he would bless them with his naughty photos.
Probably, most of the ladies who have been admiring and asking the single MP to marry them were alert to see what the honorable member has in store.
Unfortunately, they will have to wait longer.
On Monday, the MP said he would not walk naked from the National Assembly to the Supreme Court, High Court at the Milimani Law Courts, and to the Industrial Area Prison in solidarity with incarcerated John Walukhe.
He claimed that his decision had been halted after a piece of advice from Deputy Chief Justice Philomena Mwilu through a phone conversation.
“Thanked DCJ Mwilu when I called you to consult whether I go half naked as I had promised Kenyans or I wait, but your advice was well. And I have decided to wait,” MP Salasya said in a tweet.
Thankd DCJ Mwilu when I called you to consult whether i go half naked as i had promised kenyans or i wait,but your advise was well.And I have decided to wait .@Kenyajudiciary don’t ashame our president His Excel @WilliamsRuto with pettiness he is more committed to serious matters pic.twitter.com/xvt1cFMajU
— Peter K. Salasya, MP (@P_Salasya) October 17, 2022
The MP has been campaigning for the release of Walukhe, who has been found guilty of illegally acquiring Sh313 million through a questionable deal at the National Cereals and Produce Board.
The Sirisia MP was escorted to the cells at Milimani Law Courts on Friday, a day after the High Court rejected his bid to quash a 67-years jail term.
Walukhe’s business partner Ms. Grace Wakhungu was also slapped with a jail term of 69 years over the same scandal that happened a decade ago.
According to the youthful MP Salasya, who made his first appearance as an MP after winning the seat in the concluded election, Walukhe’s case should be dropped, just as the Director dropped other cases of the prominent MPs of Public Prosecutions.
It is, however, a surprise to Kenyans that the first-time MP who is barely three months in the office wants a case of public interest to be immediately dismissed without having moved a single motion in the National Assembly.
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