Bomet governor Hillary Barchok on Monday afternoon experienced a rough time at Chebunyo . Locals in the area demanded him to bring back the famous cattle market. The governor had transferred the market to Narok county which angered the locals .
The governor was on his development tour in Chebunyo dairy plant funded by the county government and world bank .
He with Narok county leaders had conjoined hands in shifting the market to Narok. Defending self Dr. Barchok blamed the national government. He said that the national government had not put up the requisite health requirements to allow the market ran .
Traders who forcefully resumed operating in the market demanded that he ensures that the Narok market is closed immediately to avoid confusion . He urged them to follow the set protocols while in the market.
"This market is a significant source of income for many traders and as such, traders and buyers must operate in respect to the laid down protocols ," Barchok said .
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