Caleb Kositany, the member of parliament for Soy constituency, is counting loses after his campaign vehicle fitted with public address system got burnt today.
The vehicle was reportedly at Kapseret, one of the constituencies in Uasin Gishu county. According to video and photos which have gone viral, the vehicle was just on the highway as the huge fire continued reducing it into ashes.
The United Democratic Alliance party member of parliament who has declared interest in the Uasin Gishu county gubernatorial seat however escaped safe.
It is not yet clear what exactly caused the fire as no official communication has been made by Kositany's team or the legislature himself, whether it was an accident or it was caused by his rivals is yet to be established, however, those opposed to UDA have blamed the tragedy on UDA party members themselves who are opposed to Kositany's Gubernatorial ambition. Watch video here: https://twitter.com/Disembe/status/1484904377554984961?t=L8ThGfTGCqtFlhxhYsCn5g&s=19
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