Former NRG and Kiss FM radio presenter Andrew Kibe has announced his interest in getting back to politics.
Kibe who in 2013 unsuccessfully vied for Lang’ata constituency parliamentary seat took to his official twitter account to notify his fans.
Kibe noted that he was still debating on whether to get back in the politics game after losing in 2013 on his first trial.
“I’m still debating if I should get back into this politics thingy after my ass was whooped a gudwan Langata 2013. The ass-kissary is ridiculous,” he posted.
His announcement came just a day after he met former Nairobi County Deputy Governor Polycarp Igathe.
“Spent the day with the most employable man in africa @IgathepolycarpI I will support anyone who has the young Kenyan man as their top agenda. Let’s watch this space,” reads a post on his twitter account.
He also made another post on the same day he met Igathe, saying that politics was loading.
“Siasa loading…lazima tujue mbivu na mbichi leo,” he posted.
In 2013, Kibe vied on Musalia Mudavadi’s UDF ticket. Should he decide to vie in the next general election, he might consider vying on Raila Odinga’s ODM ticket.
Just the other day, he took to his twitter account to praise the Orange party leader when he attended a Church fundraiser in Bondo alongside business mogul Jimmy Wanjigi.