Political activities have skyrocketed since heavyweight politicians are leaving no stone unturned to popularize their candidature for next year's highly anticipated general elections.In that regard, honorable Wilson Sossion visited Kembu Ward to familiarize with electorates and he was accorded euphoric reception.While addressing a mammoth of congregants in Saoset, Bomet East Constituency, MP Sossion reaffirmed that he is going to rally behind the Deputy President since the second in command has feasible ideologies compared to his rivals such as Raila Odinga.Additionally, Mheshimiwa Sossion said that Competence Based Curriculum commonly known as CBC should be tamed as it has proven difficult for both teachers and parents.It was during his speech that he reiterated his ambitions to improve sports facilities in Bomet County if he is elected to be a Senator in next year's general election.Sossion is expected to lock horns with Senator Christopher Langat and Hillary Sigei in Senatorial race in what has been tipped to be a nail-biting event.What is your thought on MP Wilson Sossion's latest sentiments about CBC and Bottom-up approach?
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