Link: https://www.facebook.com/groups/kenyapoliticalforum/permalink/1907204756099650/?app=fblNandi county governor Stephen Sang found himself in hot soup after a rowdy mob which was spoiling for a fight chased him away.
In a video that was seen on Facebook, on Wednesday, the first time county boss was seen being whisked away by his security men after the rowdy individuals surged towards where he was standing.
Also, a group of women were heard singing for the governor despite the stampede that was occurring.
The governor was on a development tour for the past one week until Tuesday in Nandi Hills constituency where he inspected projects among them a milk cooling plant, Health Centers, water supply projects and an Early Childhood Education Centre (ECDE).
The projects that Sang Inspected included Kaptien and Keteng dispensaries, Kamakei Milk Cooling Plant, Cheboin, Kapsean and Talai Water Projects and Keteng ECDE among others.
This follows after a number of the county residents criticized governor Sang for reneging on his electoral promises. They accused him of being a failure and incompetent, following a number of stalled projects initiated by his administration among them road maintenance.
Further, Sang has got an uphill task in convincing residents to reelect him following his fallout with them on grounds of corruption and nepotism. They cited an incident in the Department of Education, Research and Innovation, where construction materials were stolen by his staff, arguing that he failed to take punitive action against them.
Also, this comes amidst the move by several gubernatorial aspirants to announce their plan to unseat the incumbent in 2022 general election. They include Emgwen Member of Parliament Allan Kosgei and former National Youth Service (NYS) director Japhter Kiplimo Rugut among others.
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