It is now crystal clear that we are remaining with eight months and kenyans will be once again granted the golden opportunity to elect leaders of their own choices to represent them in various elective posts. The gubernatorial post is one of the seats that have been attracting the attention of many people.
In Rift Valley region, the race to dethrone the first time governors have been taking the new shape. There are some Senators who are really working hard to clinch to Governorship positions and they include; Christopher Langat of Bomet county, Samson Cherargei of Nandi county, Samuel Poghisio of West Pokot county and Susan Kihika of Nakuru county. The above mentioned Senators have been moving around their various counties to rally support for their different gubernatorial bids.
Susan Kihika and Samson Cherargei are close ally of Deputy President William Ruto and they have moving around with Ruto to rally support from the voters. All Senators have already started to make early preparations to dethrone their county bosses in 2022.
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