The nominated MP Hon Wilson Sossion barbed senator Langat who has often crisscrossed the county claiming to have employed teachers without showing appreciation to him.Sossion senatorial bid was boosted after locals backed him in Gorgor market Sotik Sub County during interdenominational prayer.
Hon Sossion said employment of teachers on PnP were through his sole efforts in 2011 through strikes action and he has sustained the same over the years and whoever collects TSC employment forms should thank him.Mr Sossion said he has full interest of doing oversight in Bomet county if elected as the Senator.He said the government had planned to hire teachers on contracts and he took a bold step to stop it.
Sossion also called upon the people to register as voters as it approach 2022 general elections.He said if the people want to have good president like retired Kibaki they must vote massively and the person who can work with the same spirit to the people of Kenya is the Deputy President William Ruto through his initiative of Bottom up Approach.
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