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First time MP forced to abandon his car for boda boda to evade arrest

By Standard Reporter | January 15th 2019

A first time MP is who is being sought by Police over assault has been forced to change his lifestyle to evade arrest.

The youthful lawmaker that has been in the run for a week now, is no longer reachable on his cellphone, perhaps in an effort to shake - off sleuths from his trail.

The politician has abandoned his official car too for a boda boda.

Over the weekend, the lawmaker traversed the constituency using the modest means of transport and actually attended several meetings.

His handlers claim that the allegations he assaulted a government official are false and meant to tarnish his name. It will be interesting to see for how long, the lawmaker will run away from the proverbial long arm of the law.

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