Immediate former Baringo Senator Gideon Moi has today began his job as Commonwealth election observer in Antigua and Barbuda countries.
The KANU party chief today joined a team of commonwealth election observers in touring Antigua and Barbuda ahead of the 18th January election.
The commonwealth observer group is chaired by former Seychelles president Danny Faure.
The commonwealth observer group encouraged residents of Antigua and Barbuda to vote peacefully in tomorrow's elections.
" Glad to be part of the commonwealth observer group in Antigua and Barbuda led by the chairperson HE Danny Faure. We encouraged the citizens to peacefully vote in the Country's general election on 18 January 2023" posted Gideon Moi on his official Facebook page.
Gideon Moi who doubles as KANU party national chairman unsuccessfully defended his Baringo senatorial seat for a third time on a KANU party ticket. He lost to William Cheptumo who won on a UDA party ticket.
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