Elections in most countries are usually preceded by vigorous campaigns with political aspirants putting up their campaign posters all over the towns and villages.
Kenyan politicians start cleaning up after elections
These politicians have decided to take up their own initiative and spruce up the city by getting rid of their campaign posters.
However, after the polls are done, the posters, most of which are usually tampered with, go unnoticed and eventually leave a mess behind.
But for these three Kenyan politicians, they have decided to take up their own initiative and spruce up the city by getting rid of their posters.
The three, Nairobi governor-elect Mike Sonko, Boniface Mwangi and Suzanne Lengewa (both who lost Starehe and Nairobi seats respectively), embarked on clearing the posters just days after the election ended.
Hopefully, their fellow counterparts will follow suit.
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