Four Kenyan Senators Stranded In Germany After Eating All Their Travel Allowances

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Kenyan politicians are a special breed.

According to the People Daily, four Kenyan senators are reportedly stranded in Berlin, Germany for lack of fare.

Reports say that the four had traveled to the European nation for an annual trade conference which was slated to kick off on Monday but was canceled due to the Coronavirus.

The four, who have been identified as Charles Kibiru (Kirinyaga), Loitiptip Anuar (Lamu), Christopher Langat (Bomet) and Mwangi Kithomi (Nyandarua), had spent all their per diems before leaving Nairobi.

Four Kenyan Senators Stranded In Germany

And to make matters worse for the Senators, the hotel they had already booked in the city turned down their request for a refund.

However, Senate speaker Ken Lusaka rubbished the claims saying the four are held up in Germany due to the limited flights to Nairobi.


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