Today is the day Kenyans are voting for their leaders who will rule the nation in the next five years. There is alot of tension in the country especially among leaders who don't know whether the residence they intend to lead will elect them. However, while others await to know their fate, we have three of them who have already won their seats even before the voting day.
These three were unopposed and are therefore waiting for the swearing day.
The three include;
1. Beatrice Kemei - She is now Kericho county Woman Representative under the UDA party ticket.
3. Julius Kimutai - He is now the MCA of Ravine Ward in Eldama Ravine Constituency, Baringo County. He won it with the UDA party ticket.
It is a great joy to the three leaders and more so to UDA party which has already secured two seats even before the elections is conducted. The three have been revealed by the star newspaper.
Which candidates are you wishing the best today? Comments below.
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