Barely a day after deputy president William Ruto and his Tangatanga brigade visited Transnzoia County, Interior CS Fred Matiangi in the company of former Uasin Gishu gubernatorial aspirant Buzeki, Cherangany MP Joshua Kutuny among others made a surprise visit to the county too.
The leaders visited different institutions where Matiangi supervised government projects while at it condoning teenage pregnancies. Matiangi banned all the dances that happen during the night in the county also known as 'disco matanga'.
However one netizen took to his twitter handle to express his sentiments on how the DPs camp was in panic mode after the visit. He wrote; Ruto and his Co in panic mode as CS Matiangi, Buzeki, Richard Onyonka, Kutuny, Natembeya stormed Transnzoia County. He also said that Buzeki could be the incoming kingpin in rift valley.
And the Cherangany MP Joshua Kutuny has just been appointed to the role of Jubilee deputy secretary general after Caleb Kositany was expelled.
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