The 12th Parliament has hunky MPs who have left Kenyan women weak, wishing, wanting, and dreaming.
Some sauntered and became ‘wahesh’ following victories after the August 8 General Election which injected new, hot blood into the August House, previously the preserve of greying men in need of tummy tucks.
But these new honourables are youthful, popular, outspoken, bold and quite an eye candy in the looks department.
Indeed, the Kenyan Parliament is no longer a place for retiring and retired civil servants, ageing mandarins of the corporate world or nabobs of shadowy business concerns out for self-actualisation.
The MP for Wajir North is the ultimate man crush for Kenyan women. Charming and good looking, the MP has won the heart of many Kenyan women, which makes him the hottest lawmaker in the country.
Ahmed Abdisalan Ibrahim is a member of Orange Democratic Movement (ODM).
He was born and schooled in Bute in Wajir North. The 35-year-pld lawmaker graduated with Bachelor of Science in Information Science.
He also has a post graduate diploma in disaster management and has taken a number of leadership courses including public policy executive programme, transformational self-leadership course and various humanitarian courses in Finland and the USA among other countries.
Armed with these professional skills, Ahmed went upscale as a humanitarian staffer in the Kenya government and international NGOs. Some of his notable posts and achievements in both the national government and non state sector include but not limited to Regional Coordinator, the Kenya Red Cross.
Ahmed Abdisalan Ibrahim was also the county manager at Mandera county, a position that saw him handle successfully the inter clan clashes between the Gareh and Dagodia clans in Mandera.
His continued interventions and evacuation of the displaced persons at Juruqo Location where good number of people lost their lives earned him the award of excellence in service provision by both the national government and NGOs in the year 2015, an award that was presented to by the incumbent governor of Mandera.
Ahmed also recently served as the Regional Coordinator for North Eastern region of the Kenya Red Cross where he worked on policy making and inter organization programmes. Here he immensely worked closely with top government administrators.