The outgoing Gubernatorial Political leaders are finding difficult time to adjust to the reality. Majority of them are doing there best to make sure that they still find a way to win in the next coming general elections.
Section of governors really failed there counties and made them poorer than they found them. Some governors have corruption cases to answer. Some have been impeached but survived by whisker. Majority of Governors have looted more than they have built. With 2022 general elections approaching with speed and tension is building across the country and Kenyans are eagerly waiting to see what will happen in 2022 general elections if Hon. Raila Odinga wins or DP William Ruto’s camp.
Uasin Gishu County governor Jackson Mandago is one of the few governors who has been working tirelessly to make sure that Eldoret and other places look better. Governor Jackson Mandago who warned Osacar Sudi and others has delivered more good news. According to him,
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