Deputy President's William Ruto's call to State House especially to Uhuru during Nominated Senator Victor Prengei burial has been ignored by President Uhuru. During Pregei's burial that was attended by DP, Ruto assured and made call to the President that an Ogiek should be nominated to replace the late Senator Prengei died in a road accident along Kabarak-Nakuru road.
Ruto talking during the event assured the Ogiek community that one person from their community promoting reactions from the Netizens as below
Bint Wahu said “I am not casting doubt on Ngugi's qualifications, but they should have nominated one from the same place as the late Hon Victor. Sad!"
Peter Hiuhu said “This is what really sucks with this regime. Much as I don't support narrative, this is not fair at all. The minority in this country have been re-marginalized further into abyss. How did we even find ourselves here. Who will speak for them! This is annoying."
Mely K said “Is a trap but the hustler nation is not falling for it. The prize is august 2022."
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