The Senator of Narok County Ledama Olekina has been warned by the governor Patrick Ntutu against setting foot in Narok during Ruto's Thanksgiving Ceremony. According to Ntutu, the senator for Narok County is a celebrity who is always on media and social media as opposed to serving the people of Narok County.
Here is a link: https://www.pd.co.ke/news/narok-governor-senator-clash-ahead-of-rutos-tour-166836/
Patrick Ntutu has warned that if Olekina attends Ruto's Thanksgiving Ceremony he will be thrown out. The Senator has however dismissed the governor threats making it known that he cannot be banned from travelling or attending any meeting in Narok County.
Olekina has made it known that he is going to attend Ruto's Thanksgiving Ceremony whether he is welcome or not. The Senator has made it clear that he was ready to die but not to fear any human being.
Whether Olekina will go to cause chaos at the Bomas of Kenya as he did during the August 9th polls in Bomas let's wait and see. The obvious reality is that no leader is supposed to be blocked from attending president meetings.
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