Convicted police impostor Joshua Waiganjo wants to be a member of Parliament.
Waiganjo, in a letter to the Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission (IEBC) chairman Wafula Chebukati dated February 13, sought clearance to vie for the Njoro constituency parliamentary seat in the upcoming polls.
Waiganjo shot into the public limelight when he was charged in court for posing as a senior police officer in Nakuru.
In 2015, a Naivasha court jailed him for five years for impersonating a police officer, one year for dressing in police uniform, and six months each for three charges of being in possession of government stores.
In his letter, Waiganjo tells IEBC that the people of Njoro want him be their MP and that he has no right to decline the call of his people.