In a rare event today, Kapseret MP-elect Oscar Sudi sent his two wives to collect their certificates at the IEBC constituency tallying center in Eldoret.
This is the third time the infamous lawmaker has won a seat. The MP polled 31,534 votes against his nearest competitor, Francis Murgor, who polled 11,091 votes.
Pauline Chelimo came third with 6504 votes while Joab Kipruto-263, David Koros-179, Stephen Yego-302 and Isaiah Kigen-207 votes. Sudi, who left Nairobi earlier, said he sent his wives, Ann and Lillian Sudi, to collect the certificate for him.
In photos he posted on his social media pages, his wives were seen smiling as they received the certificate before joining the brief celebrations with their husband's supporters.
"Today I sent my lovely wives Lilian and Anne to collect the voter certificate for me. I want to thank the great people of Kapseret Constituency for giving me the opportunity to serve them for the third time in the National Assembly," Sudi wrote on his Facebook page.
Below are the photos Oscar Sudi posted on his Facebook page;
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