Residents of Kesses to receive 15,000 coloured TVs from their Indian MP

Mishra Kiprop arap Chelule, Kesses Member of Parliament, has fulfilled his promise by purchasing 15,000 coloured TVs for members of his constituent. Photo: Dr. Mishra Kiprop Arap Chelule.

IN SUMMARY
– He said he was committed to fulfilling all his promises to the people of Kesses
– The Indian born doctor was elected on Jubilee party ticket in the 2017 General Election
– He not only speaks fluent Kalenjin but also considers Uasin Gishu his home county

Kesses Member of Parliament, Mishra Kiprop arap Chelule, has reportedly purchased coloured television screens for members of his constituency in fulfillment of his 2017 pre-election pledge.

Chelule alias Swarup Mishra, an Indian born gynecologist who fell in love with Kenya and now calls Eldoret town his home, brought smiles on the faces of his supporters when he informed them 15,000 high quality TVs were on the way to their living rooms.

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Mishra Kiprop arap Chelule, Kesses Member of Parliament, has fulfilled his promise by purchasing 15,000 coloured TVs for members of his constituent. Photo: Dr. Mishra Kiprop Arap Chelule.

The vocal and flamboyant Indian-medic-turned-Kenyan-lawmaker took to his Facebook page to deliver the good news to his people who have been waiting patiently for the promised flat screen TVs.

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“15,000 televisions are coming soon to my great people of Kesses constituency in line with my pre-election pledges,” he said in the post seen by TUKO.co.ke on Tuesday, November 6..

Chelule believes the TVs will help the residents of Kesses stay informed on current affairs within and outside the constituency.

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“This is aimed at widening the information coverage across our constituency and beyond. Whatever we promised, we shall fulfill by the grace of God. My singular focus is just to deliver to my people,” he said.

Chelule was declared the MP for Kesses after garnering 23,314 votes in the 2017 General Election.He beat his closest rival, Isaac Terer, who received 5,681 votes according to IEBC, to become the first ever non-Kalenjin to be elected to the National Assembly in the whole of Uasin Gishu County. The MP was born in Odiasha, Eastern India and came to Kenya in 1997.

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He owns the Mediheal Group of Hospitals which TUKO.co.ke understands he runs with his wife who is also a doctor by profession.
Credit :Tuko.co.ke

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