A day after Deputy President William Ruto asked his followers to reject him and send him on 9 August, Kasses MP Mishra Kiprop Arap Chelule has today recorded another significant achievement. This comes a day after William Ruto asked his followers to do so.
While he was in Uasin Gishu County, Deputy President Ruto advised his followers in Kenya Kwanza to reject Mishra and any other presidential hopefuls who do not support his candidacy and who are not affiliated with Kenya Kwanza.
DP Ruto made the accusation that Mishra took use of his popularity in the region in order to win the MP seat, but that Mishra afterwards betrayed him by asking the people to send him back home.
Kenyans who back the MP have pointed the finger at the DP, claiming that it was not the appropriate move for the DP to persuade his supporters to reject a leader who is providing for them.
Since then, the MP in Kesses has extended an invitation to all of his constituents there to come out and help open a new CDF project.
On Friday, he shared the news that he will soon be establishing a newly designed CDF office that will be of assistance to the community.
"IT IS COMPLETED! PRAISE BE TO GOD... and now it is time to rejoice over the passing of yet another significant milestone! Join me and the Honorable Yusuf Mbuno, CEO of the NGCDF, together with other leaders, for the ceremonial inauguration of THE KESSES CONSTITUENCY NGCDF OFFICE this coming Friday, May 27th, 2022 (starting at 9:00am), at the Kesses Sub County Headquarters, Kesses Townships, Kenya "he pointed out that
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