Baringo county senator, chairman of the independence Party Kenya African National Union, has retreated to his Baringo home county to popularise his reelection bid just days to the next General elections.
The Azimio La Umoja-One Kenya coalition party principal was in the company of allies drawn from the KANU party including the incumbent women representative Gladwel Cheruiyot and other top leaders.
The senator held a successful rally In Kabartonjo where residents thronged the streets to welcome him together with his allies.
Taking to his social media pages, the senator expressed confidence in getting reelected and vowed to continue working together with the county government to ensure development is realized in Baringo
"In collaboration with the County Government of Baringo and the National Government, we will continue to push for meaningful development in our county to uplift the lives of our people. Addressing residents of Kabartonjo, Baringo County." The senator posted.
Baringo Senator Gideon Moi campaigning in Kabartonjo Baringo county. Photo/Courtesy.
Senator Moi and Women representative Gladwel Cheruiyot campaigning in Kabartonjo.
Residents flocking to listen to Senator Moi and his allies. Photo courtesy.
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