A man identified as Joshua Kiprop Chemei has expressed disappointments after meeting his lookalike, Kiharu MP Ndindi Nyoro.
Last week, Chemei went viral on social media after holding a hand-written placard seeking to meet the MP.
His wish was granted and Nyoro set up a meeting with him on Wednesday, April 26 at his office in Nairobi.
Following the meeting, Chemei was given Ksh 100,000 by the Kiharu MP, money he says was too little.
“That was a little amount considering that I embarrassed myself and even our governor and area MP by holding that placard. I used the money to buy one speaker and I am currently broke,” he said.
Speaking with a local daily, the gospel musician said that he had hoped to walk away with some hood amount of money following the meeting.
“I wish he could have given me Ksh500,000 to build a house. He could also have bought me a Probox which I would have greatly appreciated,” Chemei said.
Chemei went as further making comparison to a musician from Rift Valley who was gifted a car by Kapseret MP Oscar Sudi.
“Since I went overboard and embarrassed myself and my people by holding the placard, the least he could have done is buy me a car as Sudi did for my colleague,” he added.
He pleaded with Kenyans to raise funds for him to support himself and his music career.
“I plead with Kenyans to contribute for me so that I can build a house and be able to take my children to school. Nowadays, I cannot even borrow since people think I am a millionaire,” Chemei further said.