Kericho Deputy Governor Susan Kikwai was let go on Tuesday at her dad's ranch in Tugunon town, Kipkelion East Constituency.
Region Governor Paul Chepkwony and different pioneers paid gleaming accolades for the expired.
He said she served the province well and commended her for the loyalty and commitment to her work.
As per him, she was enthusiastic about the government assistance of individuals of Kericho County and consistently strived to guarantee that every one of the tasks which were started was finished.
Kericho Senator Aaron Cheruiyot engaged both the public and the district governments to end unnecessary undertakings and channel assets towards the battle against coronavirus.
He likewise asked government organizations entrusted with the obtainment of COVID-19 antibodies to guarantee that they get enough portions for all Kenyans.
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