Lang'ata MP aspirant Jalang'o is still hunting his two employees who stole money from his car over the weekend.
Jalang'o even offered Sh100,000 for any information leading to the capture of the two employees.
"This morning [Saturday], Eli Khumudu and Morris Litiema stole money from the car they were washing at home. Their phones are off and they are running with their families," he wrote.
"If you see them, please contact 0722915337 or report at the nearest police station."
Jalang'o's pal, Billy Miya alleged that the two employees got away with KSh 2.5 million.
The radio presenter in a detailed post said the devil had lied to them (Eli and Lutiema) to steal from their boss, an act that will cost them dearly.
"Weuh! Shetani ni mtu mubaya sana. Unahustle na boss wako for more than 4 years, ile mwaka anaenda kuingia bunge shetani anakudanganya unaiba 2.5M. Yaani si mungesubiri boss aingie Bunge mukuwe mafutani. Jamani tupige ripoti polisi Au piga 0722 717 159. Pole sana @jalangoo itakua sawa. Uzuri alitupeleka moja kwa moja hadi kwao kupitia social media. Over to you @dci_kenya
(The devil is a liar. You hustle with your boss for over four years then when he wants to get into parliament the devil lies to you and you steal 2.5M. You should have waited for your employer to get into parliament and you would be swimming in cash. Let's report to 0722 717 159. Sorry Jalas it will be well the good thing is that they took us to their homesteads via social media over to you DCI Kenya)"
In a past interview on YouTube, the two said they would never steal from their boss.
"Our boss, Jalang'o even leaves millions in his car but we can't touch them. Our faithfulness has made us stay with Jalang'o. You wait for your salary at the end of the month."
This comes a few weeks after Litiema demanded Sh5 million from Sauti Sol after Bien allegedly used his photo as a meme.