Kenyans will be going back to the ballot in 2022 to do a fresh choice of leaders. Most people will be voting for the people who have upgraded their lifestyle through different kinds of developments. Many leaders are currently to win the hearts of people to be reelected.
In a video shared by lemiso Sato, a blogger who enjoys massive support on social media, an old woman was spotted jumping with happiness after their Mp, Hon. Alfred Keter improved their roads and also facilitated power connections in their homesteads. At some point, she can be heard speaking in her mother tongue giving praises to Hon. Keter ."People of Nandi Hills are 100% happy with their MP Hon Alfred Keter for power connection and roads. This woman is captured jumping in happiness." Lemiso Sato
Click this link to watch the video: https://fb.watch/7_N7OdtoyI/
In the comment section, netizens congratulated Mp Keter for the work he is doing for the people of Nandi. However, others said that the woman was jumping due to the effects of alcohol locally known as Changaa
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