Yesterday leaders from different parts of the country flocked at Molo in Nakuru county to bid farewell to the late nominated senator Victor Prengei. The leaders eulogized the late senator as a trusted and passionate leader who defending his Ogiek minority community.
The leaders were led by deputy president William Ruto and senate speaker Kenneth Lusaka. Other leaders present included Nakuru governor Lee Kinyanjui, senator Susan Kihika, Kipchumba Murkomen, Milicent Omanga among other elected leaders.
KANU national chairman Gideon Moi snubbed the burial service. Today the senator condoled with the family of the late senator at their rural home in Molo. The senator was accompanied by local leaders and senior KANU officials from the region.
Speaking in the event, the senator promised that the land issues affecting Ogiek community will be solved by the national government as soon as possible. He also said the land issues in Maui forest will be checked and solved by government. He condoled the young family after the loss of their father senator Victor Prengei.
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