Photo: Baringo Senator Gideon Moi interacting with his supporters.
Baringo County Senator cum Kenya African National Union party leader, Gideon Moi today, accompanied by leaders allied to him arrived in Nyali, Mombasa County for his second-day tour of the coastal region.
Photo; Leaders, delegates attending Kenya African National Union party meeting in Nyali.
The senator yesterday toured Kwale County and today he is in Nyali, Mombasa County. Where he is meeting hundreds of KANU party delegates.
Where he was received by huge crowds of his supporters. Who blocked his motorcade on his way to the meeting's venue, donned in red KANU's party regalia.
Senator Gideon Moi was forced to acknowledge their presence. As seen in the photos below;(Gideon Moi at a stopover interacting with locals).
Photo: KANU party supporters welcoming Baringo Senator Gideon Moi.
His ongoing meeting in Nyali brings together delegates, leaders, and aspirants drawn from Mombasa county. Where he is holding consultative talks with them.
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