Hon Wilson Sossion. (Photo courtesy).
A new comer to the world of politics, Lawyer Hillary Sigei won the United Democratic Alliance Party ticket for the Bomet County senatorial seat. He floored the incumbent Hon Christopher Langat and Nominated Member of Parliament Hon Wilson Sossion.
The two losers decried irregularities and called for a repeat of the nominations process or else they would seek the elective seat as independent candidates. Today, Sigei who is a career lawyer has been touring different parts of Bomet thanking the residents for aarallying their support behind him.
This evening, Sossion has taken to his Facebook page and addressed his supporters. He has vowed not to drop his candidature. However, he is yet to make it public the route he will follow. Sossion also encouraged his supporters to remain strong and positive.
A section of Bomet residents is of the opinion that the MP should just move on and accept the results of the party primaries. Here were some of the reactions:
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