It will be a battle of the Titans for the Kericho governorship as political heavyweights descend to the county to fight for the seat that is currently held by Paul Chepkwony who will be exiting this year after completing his two terms in office. Four aspirants want the seat with UDA party ticket.
Below are the four aspirants;
1. Charles Keter - He is a former Energy Cabinet Secretary who wants to be the next Kericho county governor with UDA party ticket.
2. Lily Ng'ok - She is the Kericho county deputy governor. She wants to succeed her outgoing boss with the UDA party ticket.
3. Erick Mutai - He has been working as a senior lecturer at the University of Embu. He is also a UDA aspirant for the nominations taking place today.
4. James Sang - He has been working as a lecturer at Moi University. He also wants to be the next governor for Kericho with the UDA party ticket. He is confident that the residence will elect him in today's party nominations.
Who is your preferred candidate for the UDA party ticket? Comments below.
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