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Taboo: Hon David Kabanda is rejected flat out by deputy lord mayor Doreen Nyanjura

It seems like Kasambya County member of Parliament Hon David Kabanda wanted to poach one of the top members of the FDC but through the Telemundo style.

Taking to his Twitter page, Kabanda expressed his undying love for the deputy lord mayor. Kabanda through his tweets said that he loves Nyanjura and his tweet will be the beginning of everything.

He hopefully intended to spark a romantic revolution in Nyanjura’s heart but unfortunately for him, she rejected his advances there and then.

Just as he had tried to woo her via social media, its the same way she rejected him online.

In her reply, Nyanjura said that because of the struggle, she had missed Kabanda’s proposition. However, Kabanda’s advances is what they term as being loved by the wrong person according to the FDC top honcho.

The Ministry of Agriculture Hon Frank Tumwebaze also tried to come to the rescue of his NRM compatriot and help him forge a way to melt Doreen’s heart.

Taking to the tweet, Frank said that Doreen should help Kabanda and save him from bachelorhood.

As most social media users got amused amd engaged to this tweet, some told Kabanda that he won’t see Doreen’s promised land. The MP however expressed his determination to win her over and make her his forever.

What a great poaching style and addition the MP would have done to both himself and his party the NRM. It however looks unlikely but who knows, relationships have made some of the greatest people to ever live weaklings prone to failure and many have failed.

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