Former minister and veteran politician Henry Kosgei's son was today criticized for allegedly forcing residents of Kilibwoni to sit on muddy ground if they wanted to get what they needed from him.
Wakili Allan Kosgei, who has declared to ouster Governor Stephen Sang gave a warning to the residents of Kilibwoni ward Emgwen constituency that he was not going to give them cash if they were not going to sit down and listen to him.
"You will not get what you want, if you don't listen to me, you must seat down fisrt," he told the crowd.
Kosgei who unsuccessfully contested for Kesses parliamentary seat in 2017 general elections has been keen to become the third governor in Nandi county where he is expected to battle it out with the current Governor Sang and first governor Cleophas Lagat alias Chematel.
Members of the public has been urged to look at the manifestos of the aspirants eyeing for the six elective posts, so as to avoid cases of electing wrong leaders in the coming 2022 general elections.
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