As the politics of the coming general elections heat up in the country, the political leaders have been moving from one place of the country to the other as they are looking for votes and support towards the elections.This is due to a perception that in Kenyan politics, followers are more important than the actual manifestos.
Yesterday an Aspirant from Uasin Gishu county decided to go for the bodaboda riders as they have the largest population in the county.Julius Bitok who is aspiring to become the next governor of Uasin Gishu county decided to be for the bodaboda riders.
He hosted them and donated some of the reflectors to them as a way of marketing himself to the residents.He also fueled their motorbikes as he had compassion on them for the rising sun cost of fuel in the country.
In about a week ago, Bitok had also hosted the bodaboda riders where he donated reflectors and also fueled their motorbikes.This is the reason why he has been named "A bodaboda man aspiring to become a governor"
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