Governor Jackson Mandago has hinted through his official facebook page hours after Kenya Kwanza rally in Uasin Gishu county.
According to him their agenda is to deliver all position to Kenya Kwanza Coalition in the August 9 general elections in the county.
"We took the Uasin Gishu County Kenya Kwanza campaign today to Ainabkoi sub-county. Our main agenda is to deliver all positions to Kenya Kwanza coalition in the Uasin Gishu and the entire Northrift region.
As leaders, we will preach peace during campaigns, voting and after election. Our agenda to revive the economy through the bottom-up policies is the real game changer that will bring money back to the citizen's pockets.
Together with all the UDA candidates in the county, we had stopovers in Kapsoya, Munyaka, Ilula, Talget, Chepkurmum, Waunifor, Tingwa, Ainabkoi and Dry's. Tomorrow, we will be in Kesses sub-county". Governor Jackson Mandago wrote.
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