Ainabkoi politics in Uasin-Gishu County is taking a new twist after former MP declare his interests.
Samwel Chepkong'a who was toppled over by current MP William Chepkut in 2017 elections is planning to make comeback.
However many residents have been puzzled after pictures of the former legislator resurfaced showing him seating on the ground.
Mr Chepkong'a who was a good debater was one of the close ally of DP William Ruto but he was rejected by Anabkoi residents over allegations of poor development records.
As August elections is approaching the ex-MP is busy with mobilisation in a move to woo votes.
Currently the seat is held by William Chepkut who was elected on Independent ticket and the first time legislator has been hitting the headline with his dancing skills laced with comics.
However section of residents from Ainabkoi has been branding Chepkut as traitor claiming he is anti-Ruto and he has been colluding with DP William Ruto rivals.
Mr Chepkut However went out of public limelight after he was hospitalised due fracture injury that saw him spending long period in hospital
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