Honourable Dominic Koskei (Sotet) is one more f the most famous political leaders in the republic of Kenya more expecially, riftvalley region where he hails from. He is the current member of parliament for sotik constituency in Bomet county. He was elected to this position through Uhuru Kenyatta's Jubilee party back in the year 2017.
Now, today, Mr Koskei who is one of the DP Ruto's close allies has come out to announce that he will be vying for presidency in the near future. While responding to a large number of aspirants seeking to replace him as the member of parliament for Sotik constituency, Mr Koskei said that he will beat them very early. He then said that from there, he will vie for Senatorial seat, then to gubernatorial seat and he will finally go for Presidency. Mr Koskei said that he will serve in these positions for 10 years each. This means that he will vie for Presidency in the coming 30 years.
Now, what do you think about these plans by hon Koskei? Do you think that he will succeed? and do you think that he will be the next Kingpin for the Kalenjin community? Drop your view.
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