The former Secretary General of the Kenya National Union of Teachers (KNUT) ditched ODM for UDA after stating that Bomet County electorates had assured him of their votes if he joined the hustler nation and support the bottom-up economic model.
Addressing Kirinyaga residents, Sossion stated that the country will be better and safe under Ruto's hands, calling upon all citizens across the country to support the DP's presidential interests.
"The only leader able to fight against poverty, ensure youths are employed, revive our economy and ensure that agriculture is improved is Doctor William Ruto, through the bottom-up economic policy," posed Sossion.
Sossion will be running for the Bomet gubernatorial seat and is expected to face off with the former Bomet Governor Issac Rutto whose political party Chama Cha Mashinani (CCM) have declared their support for Ruto's 2022 bid.
Rutto however faced a big blow after more than 50 politicians and two MCAs from Bomet ditched CCM for UDA.
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