Jackson Mandago is one of the most respected, dedicated and decorated leaders in the country. He has been doing well since taking over the Uasin Gishu gubernatorial position. Were it not for the constitution limiting him for 2 terms only, definitely Mandago would have ended up vying for the position again and winning.
Today, all the attention was shifted to Raphael Tuju after his latest remark on Deputy President William Ruto. Many people have been reacting on Tuju's remarks but as we are speaking, Mandago has won millions of hearts after disclosing what he has been doing behind the scenes.
"I flagged off 51 students who will study Degree & Dip courses in Tampere University, Finland. This is a pioneer group in a deal that we negotiated with the Finish Govt. The students will get quality education and opportunity to competitively work in Finland and the entire Europe." Tweeted Jackson Mandago.
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