Deputy president William Ruto and his Kenya kwanza unit were in Narok region where they were holding an enormous convention at the Ole Ntimama arena. A few occupants of Narok have gone up to the occasion.
While lobbying for Kenya kwanza, a politician from Narok province claimed how Gideon Moi actually has a land package in the Mau timberland regardless of numerous Kenyans being pushed out of the woods in a bid to save it. He says their title deeds were proclaimed invalid and void and that ought to apply to everybody. He in this way asks the deputy president that when he secures power, he ought to guarantee that Moi's bit deed ought to be rejected.
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Besides, he encouraged occupants of the area to dismiss tea from Kiptagich tea processing plant as it has a place with Moi and is work in the Mau timberland.
These Kenya Kwanza pioneers encouraged individuals of Narok to decide in favor of them with the goal that their future can be brilliant.
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