People in Migori have been overwhelmed by the idea of their Senator going an extra mile by repaying his polling agents in a unique way.Senator Aketch after winning the elections he decided to reward his agents with Ksh 3,000 before the ultimate prize he had kept in store for them.
After the good work that the agents did for him that saw him become victorious at the end,has led to the Senator rewarding his agents with cows.The Senator has started by rewarding his first batch of120 polling agents with 60 cows.The Senator has decided to surprise his agents with a tangible gift that is quite expensive since he has been purchasing one cow at around Ksh 10,000-20,000.Two of his agents who have received his token from the first batch have gone ahead to name their gift "Senator."Naming a cow after someone will be something not to forget since when the cows will be seen they will make people remember the Senator for his good deeds.Senator Sketch's plan is to see his 1124 agents who served him in the 1107 polling station become rewarded with cows.Please share and follow me for more updates.
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