While visiting residents of Nessuit in Nakuru as Tuko reports, Gideon Moi shared food stuffs with the locals in celebration of the day.
"Baringo Senator Gideon Moi visits resident of Nessuit in Nakuru, shares foodstuffs with them on Huduma Day which was formerly Moi Day," Gideon Moi. Below are photos:
From the past, it is not his (Gideon) norm to share foodstuffs to the residents. This is Mike Sonko's thing and perhaps he had copied from Sonko.
The Baringo Senator has shown interest of vying for Presidency. However, he has not come out of the shell to do campaigns as his competitors are doing. This has left many people guessing his next move.
All the same, other electorates had advised him to rebrand the name of his party KANU. This is is because the party is linked to the past atrocities that were committed under it's reign in Kenya. Gideon Moi has still clung to the party with his interests being in place while DP William Ruto Keep scoring him goals even at his home place.
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