3. Hassan Mwanyoha
The Matuga MP has on a number of times fallen victim to the mean-looking security agents who man Parliament buildings.
Apart from his simple dressing, he drives a Toyota Caldina which is dwarfed by his colleagues’ fuel guzzlers.
Mwanyoha once excited his parliamentary colleagues after he carried his clothes in an A3 envelope during an official foreign trip.
His constituents often find him relaxing at the local food kiosks in Diani.
4. Abdi Bule
The Tana River Senator lives in the humble neighbourhood of Eastleigh.
In 2014 during anti-terror operations in Eastleigh, Bule was forced to kneel by security officers at a roadblock near Mlango Kubwa.
He told the Senate he was driving with his children. Even after producing national and Senate IDs, police rejected them as fake.
5. Enock Kibunguchy
While his colleagues use choppers and commercial jets in their weekend travels to their constituencies, the Likuyani MP uses public transport buses to travel to his rural constituency.
The former Health Assistant Minister was recently spotted drinking a soda at Easy Coach bus service in Nakuru.