• Huddah said she will not vote in the coming General Elections slotted for August this year.
• Huddah has never owned a voters card and neither has she ever voted for any political leader.
Socialite Huddah Monroe has never owned a voters card and neither has she ever voted for any political leader.
The socialite on her Instagram said she will not vote in the coming General election slotted for August this year.
According to Huddah, she is only a taxpayer living her life and watching from the sidelines. She, however, said that she advocates for people to vote.
"I have never owned a voters card. I have never voted. I advocate for voting but I will never vote. The circus isn't for me. Am just a taxpayer living her life watching from the sidelines. And enriching your leaders' families so they can keep living large."
According to the Kenyan constitution, people above 18 years, are eligible voters.
Elections promote political participation and competition needed for democracy.
This 2022 General Election cycle has seen more and more creatives declare their interest in various elective seats.
Among those who already have tickets include; Mathare Aspirant Bahati, Imenti South Aspirant MC Jessy, Lang'ata aspirant Jalang'o, Woodley Kenyatta Golf course Ward, DNG Ngibuini among others.
MC Jessy said he wants to give back to his community by representing them as their Member of Parliament.
He also said he plans to table the Creative Industry Economy Bill and sponsor it in parliament.
"I am known as a comedian but I don't have an identity," he said.
The Creative Economy Council of Kenya, he says, will give artists an identity.
"Journalists have a media card from the Media Council of Kenya and all other professions regulated by the government," he said.
"It will be a regulator of the industry so that comedian Eric Omondi does not need to go and camp outside Parliament to push for airplay. We don't need all that all drama."