• Linet Toto came into the limelight after winning the women's representative seat in Bomet.
• The man identified as Babunye, who has only one name, left his contact information for Linet to contact him.
A man was spotted on the streets of Kakamega yesterday with a placard asking for Linet Toto's hand in marriage.
Linet Toto came into the limelight after winning the women's representative seat in Bomet and is the youngest parliamentarian at the moment.
The man identified as Babunye, who has only one name, left his contact information for Linet to contact him.
The Bomet woman representative has not yet responded to the man. Will the man's offer be considered?
This is not the first incident happening this month of a Kenyan admirer asking for a politician's hand in marriage.
Earlier this month, Peter Salasya who is the Mumias East MP was over the moon as two women proposed to him. There was typescript video which surfaced online last week.
A woman identified as Lydia Ronald was spotted holding a hand-written notice along Tom Mboya street.
She professed her love for the legislator while also urging the MP to ask for her hand in marriage.
Despite initially turning down her advances, Salasya offered to meet the woman for lunch via a rejoinder on Twitter.
They had good time and salasya promised to support her achieve her goals, stressing that she was a brave woman.
It takes courage and brave to speak your mind in broad light .I congratulate her for the steps .May God Bless this young https://t.co/MDmhfpkISd deserve the best .Tomorrow I invite you for a lunch in the parliament buildings .You will have a privilege to have lunch with members pic.twitter.com/cs2H1TuPQy— Peter K. Salasya, MP (@P_Salasya) October 17, 2022
Manzi wa Kibera also trying hitting on Mr. Salasya.
She took to the streets dressed in a designer twin thigh-high cut luminous outfit as she held up a placard asking the MP's hand in marriage.
She managed to get the attention she deserved but it seemed the MP was not amused by her dress code.
A Twitter user Abdullahi Adan, even warned the MP about the socialite writing, "Hata hawa wenye wako nyuma wameshtuka, My friend Salasya, run."
Does shooting your shot online ever work?