Uasin Gishu Governor Jackson Mandago has hitted back at Kapseret Mp Oscar Sudi who asked him to drop Senatorial bid.
The Uasin Gishu Governor while addressing supporters slammed Oscar Sudi telling him that he's not scared by anyone.
"There are some who have begun to spread propaganda over my Senatorial bid. Let me tell them mimi ni moto wa kuotea mbali. Don't try me! I'll do what I did back in 2017,"said Mandago
Jackson Mandago is set to battle out for the Uasin Gishu Senatorial bid under UDA ticket with over five aspirants which includes renowned lawyer Oliver Karori.
On Sunday,Kapseret Mp requested Mandago to leave Uasin Gishu politics and focus on countrywide tours to popularise Dp Ruto's Presidential bid.
The Kapseret lawmaker said Mandago is ripe enough to earn himself Agriculture Cabinet Secretary in Deputy President William Ruto's Presidency.
Oscar Sudi added that a two term Governor like Mandago needs to leave Senatorial seat to young politicians in Uasin Gishu and the Senate position doesn't fit Mandago.
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