As 2022 politics is approaching various aspirants have align themselves to various camps.
Its not yet confirmed or its allegations that approximately 20 MCAs visited Gideon Moi in his kabarak home.
Taking to his social media pageTenges MCA Sylas Tochim has blasts the alleged MCAs for disloyalty.
According to Tochim he claimed that the alleged MCAs were paid 20,000/= each after visiting Gideon Moi.
The Baringo senator is considered to be DP Ruto enemy in Rift-valley and his recent declaration for Presidency was meant to distrupt DP Ruto 's votes.
Sylas Tochim one of the sharp critic of Baringo senator Gedion Moi and he is among the controversial MCAs in Baringo County assembly.
Kericho county is a stronghold of DP William Ruto and decisions for MCAs to switch their allegiance might complicates DP William Ruto dreams .
The Baringo MCAs came to public limelight after rejecting BBI.
The Kericho MCAs decisions has spark reactions too from residents as some claimed they will vote them out for their disloyalty
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