• MP Salasya asked not to date Manzi Wa Kibera
• MP Salasya has been receiving marriage proposals after he said he wants a wife
Socialite Manzi Wa Kibera has expressed her interest in dating single Mumias East MP Peter Salasya.
Taking to the streets, the curvaceous woman carried placards with a message directed to the new member of parliament.
The socialite wore a twin thigh-high cut luminous outfit that revealed huge garments.
This is the second woman who has publicly shown interest in dating the MP after he announced to the public the qualities he is looking for in a wife.
A few days ago another Kenyan lady came out to let the MP know that she ticks all the boxes and is ready to tie the knot.
The lady identified as Lydia Ronad took to the streets of Nairobi holding a placard letting it be known that she was ready to get into a relationship with the MP.
In a now-trending video, she is heard saying,
"The report he'd sent out... you see I am here responding to the report that he sent out, I have accepted it. I am ready to be his wife. And I am just as God-fearing as he'd listed as top quality in a wife. I am working so I don't want his money.
"I have all the qualities he was looking for in a wife,".
Here is what fans told MP Salasya about Manzi Wa Kibera;
life.gem_: Find your value as a man, a day is coming where ladies will lobby themselves like this on the streets, this is just the start, you've already seen a bunch of them.
mwendwandinda: Hapa kuwa faithful ni hot air.
__lynox_: Manzi wa kibera ata afanye aje its a no... ata ajaribu aje sio kila chance n yake am not hating but... this is wrong awache kiherehere.
neshtonnie: Murefe! Murefe! Please pick your Nike shoes and do what you do best
The MP later met the lady and had a conversation with her promising to elevating her business.
Kakamega woman representative Elsie Muhanda had also announced that she formed a committee to vet interested applicants hoping to marry Salasya.
Salasya later said the committee had received more than 30,000 interested applicants.
"All applications must go through her and the committee is working tirelessly," he said.