Uasin -Gishu County women Representative Aspirant Rael Chebichii admitted.
Chebichii was admitted after suffering nerve disorder on her left leg that affected her mobility forcing to seek medical attentions.
The youthful MP aspirant who came to public limelight in 2017 after giving a rough time to Gladys Shollei contesting for for women Rep.
Born and brought up in Uasin-Gishu County Chebichii has been one of the vocal youth advocating for girl child empowerment which has seen her criss crossing Uasin-Gishu County campaigning for girl child empowerment.
With many aspirants declaring their interests to contest for the seat Chebichii is anticipated to clinch the seat after Shollei defeating her with few votes.
As 2022 politics is approaching its alleged that Shollei is planning to go for Senate seat a move that will be advantage for Rael Chebichii.
Uasin-Gishu County is among the county under a sharp focus as DP William Ruto who is eyeing to succeed President Uhuru Kenyatta when his term comes to an end as per the constitution
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