News that has been hatched by the social media user by the name Pauline Njoroge and also the ardent supporter of the President Of Kenya His Excellency Uhuru Kenyatta has revealed that certain Rift Valley governor tried to grab some part of a tea estate to build his mansion.
Her sentiment comes barely a day when the governor of Kericho county Professor Paul Kiprono Chepkwony was grilled after he appeared before the senate's County Public Account and Investment Committee (CPAIC).
The governor was grilled due to the loss of sh. 71 million in questionable insurance service.
Njoroge wrote, "It is a known fact that a certain governor from RV tried to grab some part of a tea estate, to build his mansion. There is this belief that all land in the region belongs to them, not only that which is owned by multinationals but even that owned by other communities that are considered non-locals. FACT!".
Pauline added that the governors believe that all land in the region belongs to them citing that not only that owned by multinationals but also those owned by other communities that are considered non-locals.
However, the blogger didn't mention the name of the governor alleged to have planned to grab some parts of the estate to build himself a mansion.
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