Nominated MP and Ruto’s Diehard Supporter David Sankok Quits Politics

Nominated MP David Sankok has announced retirement from active politics.

Speaking to Spice FM, a Standard Media-owned radio station on Monday 4th July, Mr. Sankok said he will not run for any elective office or nomination in the August 9 General Election but instead he would concentrate on private business.

“The issue of contesting is a personal decision. I decided this time round not to seek any elective position. I need to focus on my businesses because I started engaging in the advocacy of people with disabilities at a very early age, so I never had space to develop myself and that is what it is,” he said

However, Sanko said that issues affecting people with disabilities remain in his heart and that he will continue to fight for their rights.

“If you’ve followed debates in Parliament, you’ve probably noticed that I always arrive on time for debates and always leave after the Speaker. I am always on time because I don’t want anything to go by without me bringing up the issue of persons with disabilities. I was recognized as the best performing male MP for three years,” added Sankok.

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