KABOGO says MPs should not be paid night allowances because they will take the money to PROSTITUTES at Koinange Street and spend it all in SEX

Thursday July 11, 2019 - Former Kiambu County Governor, William Kabogo, has reprimanded Kenyan MPs for demanding hefty night allowances.

 Kenyan MPs are already planning to a pass bill that will see them pocket between Sh 18,000 to 24,000 as night allowances.

Speaking on Thursday, Kabogo said that the MPs’ move is a mockery to Kenyans and should be resisted.

Kabogo noted that MPs had enough money and the allowances they were pushing for would only be squandered along Koinange Street.

“Why should we pay them night allowance, so that they go on Koinange Street?”

“Didn't they know their pay when they were campaigning for these seats?" Kabogo posed.

The flamboyant politician also vowed to challenge the move in court arguing that it was unconstitutional and oppressive to Kenyans who elected them in office.

“They have the constitution and they know what it dictates, we will not let them get away with it.”

“I will challenge it in court," Kabogo said.


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