In the Kenyan constitution, kenyans vote their leaders after every five years, among the positions that people vie are, Presidential seat, gubernatorial seat, senatorial seat, Member of Parliament, Women representative and Member of County Assembly.
Since the introduction of devolution in kenya in 2013, a lot of changes have been as some of the roles performed by the Central government were decentralized to County government, people could air their views to leaders as they are very close to their leaders.
In 2013, the people of Uasin Gishu county voted in Hon Jackson Mandago as their first governor. A lot of developments was seen during his rule in 2013 to 2017 and this made the people of Uasin Gishu to give him the second chance to serve them.
As 2022 general elections comes close, people are seeing who will succeed Hon Jackson Mandago after him serving for two terms. A lot of competition is expected as the following individuals have shown interests to vie for the seat; Oscar Sudi, Zedekiah Bundotich kiprop and Sarah Serem.
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