The 2022 general elections were held in 9 August where some Politicians emerged the winner in various positions. Also, there were other group of Politicians who faced the defeat from their opponents. Surprisingly, this election provide the opportunity to young Politicians and indeed, some of them were voted in by Kenyan citizens. Here, am going to lists young County Chiefs who were elected through UDA Party Ticket.
Stephen Sang is the current Governor of Nandi County. He will be serving as the Governor for the second term after he was elected through the UDA party ticket. Sang is 37 years old having been born back in January 1985. This makes him to be one of the youngest Governors in Kenya.
2. Wesley Rotich.
Wesley Rotich is considered to be the youngest Governor with 34 years old. He is the current Governor of Elgeyo Marakwet County having been elected through UDA Party. Interestingly, Wesley defeated Alex Tolgos who was his Boss from 2017 to 2022 until the hand over was done in 25 August.
3. Arthur Johnson Sakaja.
Johnson Sakaja is the new Nairobi County Governor having be Sworn in 25 August, 2022. Sakaja's victory came after he defeated his Opponent Polycarp Igathe who contesting through Azimio Political Party. Having 37 years, he is privileged to be among young Governors who were elected in 2022 general election.
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