Kenya legislators are the some of the best paid in the world. They have fat medical covers, drive big cars and have a long line of mistresses to entertain them. While a section of the leaders dress to kill à la Ababu Namwamba, some are seemingly comfortable with their looks-the criticism notwithstanding.
We take a look at the five prominent leaders who should set a date with their dentists.
Kipchumba Murkomen- Elgeyo Marakwet Senator
The tough talking Elgeyo Marakwet Senator Kipchumba Murkomen has been a victim of snide remarks from his critics courtesy of his teeth. The Senate Majority leader has always been reminded that his teeth interfere with his thinking whenever he makes an opinion that is not favorable to pro-Opposition supporters. It will not cost him much to have a cosmetic dentist realign his teeth into position.
Babu Owino-Embakasi East MP
Straight shooting Embakasi East MP Babu Owino is fast making a name for himself in national politics. That aside, the legislator should have is teeth whitened. The procedure is inexpensive and can be accomplished at home.
Peter Kaluma-Homa Bay Town MP
He is a good looking man until he smiles. His wife should sweet talk the good lawyer to whiten his teeth before he sets sail to Canaan, but will Hon Peter Kaluma listen?
Charles Nyachae-Former CIC Chairman
He was brought up in opulence given the high level positions his aging father enjoyed during the Mzee Jomo Kenyatta and Daniel arap Moi regimes. How he ended up with colored is a story for another day. Charles Nyachae can afford to a decent dentist to whiten his teeth.