Agnes Nkanya: Beautiful politician who resigned Ksh.40K job now working in a mjengo
AGNES NKANYA: Shock as MCA who resigned from Ksh.40K job now working in a Mjengo site and Car wash.
Nkanya is one of unlucky politicians whose efforts in the 2022 general elections did not pay. Despite staging a rigorous campaign to be MCA for Magumoni ward in Tharaka Nith, Nkanya did not clinch the seat.
Before the campaigns, Agnes was working in the ministry of Agriculture, where she was earning a salary of Ksh. 40K. She however resigned months to election in order to comply with Kenyan elections act that requires civil servants to vacate office before the campaign period.
Agnes transversed across Magumoni ward seeking votes on Devolution Party of Kenya that is headed by former Tharaka Nithi senator and Interior CS Kithure Kindiki.
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Months after losing elections, Agnes Nkanya has resorted to menial job to earn a living.Photos of her in construction site and washing cars has gone viral.
In a video she shared on her social media, she allured that she is a strong woman and that she is not afraid of work.
“I was vying for MCA, Magumoni ward in 2022 general elections but I lost. I knocked several doors without success. I have landed a job in a mjengo site. Though I’m new in this field I am happy and commited because I believe I am a strong lady,” Agnes said.
Agnes Nkanya Neglected by Kenya Kwanza
In the video, Nkanya lamented of being neglected by Kenya Kwanza government. According to her, she was vocal in sourcing votes for President William Ruto.
“I was so passionate in campaigning for Kenya Kwanza leader William Ruto. Since I lost the elections, no one has called me. Not even an assignment or appointment to serve the people. I feel sidelined.”
Agnes has however noted that she is not desperate and that she is willing to dust herself and kove on.
“I am not seeking for any sympathy. I just want Kenyans to know the pain many other leaders who lost in elections are going through.“