'I'll miss club gigs,' Langata MP Jalango reveals

Jalango said that he used to have so much fun during sherehe's but now as a MP he has to tone it down

Langata MP Jalang'o smiling
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Speaking about his position as Langata's newest Member of Parliament, Jalango insisted that people should refrain from calling him Mheshimiwa.


" You should not call someone mheshimiwa until they have done something to prove that they are indeed respectable. The seat does not come with the respect, you serving the people grants you the respect.

I did not use to like that name but these days najipata naitika tu ( I just find myself responding to the name.)" Jalango insisted.


He made it clear that at the moment he did not want to have a radio job anymore so people need to chill because he has done the job for close to 15 years but hinted that if he did get bored that he might find his way back to radio or end up opening his own radio station.

He however said, " I will miss hosting gigs in the club, you know there was alcohol and vibes and people. You know right now people will say aahh Langata's MP can not be seen getting drunk. 

I'll miss hosting clubs." Jalango said as he burst out laughing.


Jalango however said he will try to be passing by because being a member of parliament does not automatically translate to him being boring now.

" You can have a good time as long as you are delivering but not at the expense of "your" people." He finished off.

On things that motivate him in life the former Kiss FM breakfast show host said, "the fact that you are alive today should be enough motivation to go on with life, learn to celebrate life as long as you have breath."

He also urged Kenyans not to give up in life no matter where they currently are using his own journey up the ladder to give motivation and show that a new chapter can be written over your life any day, anytime.

"Who would have thought that a guy who was a fisherman all the way in Homabay would now be Langata's MP? Trust the process" Jalango said confidently.

He also went ahead to insist that Azimio la Umoja presidential candidate Railia Odinga was still going to court to dispute president elect William Ruto's appointment.

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