Gideon Kipsiele Moi is one of the most famous and respected politicians in the republic of Kenya. He is the current senator of Baringo county as well as the party leader of the KANU party. Above that, moi is vying for the country's presidential seat in a trial to succeed president Uhuru Muigai Kenyatta whose tenure is going to expire come 2022.
Now, today, hon Moi visited Dp Ruto's backyard, Iten in Riftvalley province. It was during this visit to Iten where Moi did something that has left many people praising him. As seen from the video shared by the standard digital, hon Moi offered his only chopper to a couple who were exchanging their vows today where this chopper fetried them to the wedding's venue. On arrival to the venue, Moi went to open welcome the couple as they alighted from the machine.
This move by hon Moi have left many people praising him for his offer as it is not a usual thing for a politician to offer his/her machine to a common man.
"During his visit to Iten, Gideon Moi surprised newly weds Lorna and Fred at Kapkorpop where they were exchanging vows by giving them a chopper ride." Said the standard digital.
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