Former presidential aspirant Mohammed Abduba Dida is undoubtedly one of Kenya's most hilarious politician.
During past presidential aspirants' debates, Mwalimu Dida won the hearts of Kenyans by the way he addressed issues head on, sounding more of a comedian than a politician.
One of Dida's striking attributes is his eloquence.
However, what has lately come to define him as a person is his unwelcoming gesture on policing as a profession.
Going by his personal attributes on his social media page, Dida comes out as a dissatisfied teacher who is always on the look for greener pastures.
"Teacher looking for an alternative kind of employment and probably not a Police," reads his profile description.
Though he is in dire need of more fulfilling avenues, Dida does not consider policing as an alternative.
His dislike for the profession cannot be easily established, but he could be having some personal reasons for the hard-line position.
Prior to venturing into national politics, Dida served as a classroom teacher having been duly registered by the Teachers' Service Commission (TSC).
The influential politician of Somali origin is also said to a highly successful businessman with rich business networks stretching to as far as the middle East.