It seems regular visits by Deputy President William Ruto's allies led by Murkomen to West Pokot,is unsettling Governor Lonyangapuo.
The governor has now warned Deputy President William Ruto,his close allies Kipchumba Murkomen, Nandi Governor Stephen Sang, Uasin Gishu Governor Jackson Mandago against meddling with West Pokot politics.
According to Lanyangapuo,the mentioned leaders have been visiting West Pokot and insulting local leaders,then incite them.
He added that he has already written a letter to the mentioned leaders,to stop meddling with West Pokot politics.
He also said that he finds it funny he has never gone to Eldoret, Baringo and Elgeiyo Marakwet to play politics.
He also urged the West Pokot locals to stand firm and vote in their leaders without any compulsion from anyone,as West Pokot will not be ruled from outside.
Lonyangapuo was recently cleared by IEBC to run for re-election as a governor,but he faces stiff competition from DP Ruto's camp.
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