Baringo residents were left in awe after leaders exchange bitter words publicly.
Various leaders and locals who were given chance to address the mourners praised the late Kiptoon who served in Moi’s government and went an extra mile in assisting the vulnerable in the Baringo .
Things took an ugly twist after Baringo North MP William Cheptumo accuses Baringo women Rep Gladwel Tungo for remaining silent after approximately 10 directors from Baringo serving in various parastatals were sack.
The aggreaved Cheptumo further claimed that Hon Gladwell had an upper hand together with Gideon Moi but they decided to remain silent.
According to Mr Cheptumo he pointed out that the incident happened after President Uhuru Kenyatta fall out with his Deputy.
However it took the intervention of clergy as the Women MP and his KANU team couldn't hold on anymore and saw several mourners allied to KANU walking out.
Baringo County came to public limelight months ago after rejecting BBI proposal.
Baringo is home to Gideon Moi and as 2022 politics is approaching the son of the late President is aspiring to contest for presidential seat.
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