Former trade unionist Wilson Sossion’s vehicle was pelted with stones by irate youths in Bomet on Friday.
The former KNUT secretary General has showed his interest in the Bomet senatorial Post in next year's General Elections.
Wilson Sossion will compete against the incumbent Dr. Christopher Langat in 2022 General elections. The two politicians are the only leaders who have declared their interest on the senatorial seat under United Democratic Alliance (UDA) ticket.
The duo have been selling their agendas across the county in what the residents claimed to be early rallies.
While addressing a section of residents in Bomet Town at around 6pm on Friday, Sossion’s motorcade was pelted with stones by irate youth. The former KNUT Secretary General was accompanied by the Nominated Member of Parliament David Sankok before the incident. Both Mps escaped unhurt during the melee.
Besides, the windows of Mr Sossion’s vehicle, a Toyota Land Cruiser Prado, were damaged during the melee. A charged group of youths calling Senator Langat’s name were connected to the incident.
Mr Sossion stated he won’t file any report to the police, arguing his critics took part in sideshows to alter with his rallies.
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