MP Ndindi Nyoro and Joshua Kiprop Chemei photo
MP Ndindi Nyoro and Joshua Kiprop Chemei

On Monday, May 8, Joshua Kiprop Chemei said that Kiharu Member of Parliament Ndindi Nyoro had mistreated him.

With a banner claiming that he and Ndindi Nyoro were "like brothers" and pleading with the MP to support his nascent music profession, Chemei gained notoriety.

The request motivated Nyoro, who on Wednesday, April 26, saw Chemei. According to the performer, Chemei was given Ksh 100,000 following the meeting.

"Considering that I humiliated myself and even our governor and the local MP by displaying the banner, it was a small sum." "I just bought one speaker with the money, and now I'm in financial trouble," he said.

Chemei said, "I wish he would have offered me Ksh500,000 to build a house for myself. That's what I desired from Ndindi Nyoro." "He could have also given me a Probox, something that I would have loved to have."

MP Ndindi Nyoro and Joshua Kiprop Chemei photo

Chemei used the fact that another Rift Valley singer had received a vehicle as an act of kindness from Kapseret MP Oscar Sudi to support his requests.

"The least he might have done, according to him, was to purchase a vehicle for me, as Sudi did for my colleague, since I went beyond and disgraced myself and those around me by brandishing the placard."

The up-and-coming artist acknowledged that Nyoro had not made any extra promises to him about assistance beyond Ksh 100,000 but insisted that the present was insufficient.

Chemei, who is stuck in Nairobi, begged well-wishers to lend a hand in raising money so that he could maintain his family and profession.

"I beg Kenyans to give for me to ensure that I can construct a house and have enough money to send my kids to school," he cried.

He described his troubles ever since encountering the legislator: "These days, I can't even borrow because people think I'm a millionaire."

The up-and-coming artist also said that he would value the Kiharu lawmaker's offer of employment.

MP Ndindi Nyoro and Joshua Kiprop Chemei photo

"I'd rather have a job carrying his microphone than a desk job, please." "This is due to the fact that I need something that won't result in the stagnation of my music career," he pleaded in an impassioned letter to the Kiharu MP.


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