Image Courtesy : UDA leaders attending last salute of the late Wesley Rotich who was Nandi Hills Constituency parliamentary aspirant
United Democratic Alliance party today laid two of the aspiring leader who lost their lives in tragic road accident prior to United Democratic Alliance party primaries that was held on Thursday.
In Nandi County, Nandi Hills Constituency UDA apsirant Wesley Rotich lost his life in a tragic road accident along Eldoret- Nairobi Highway while he was rushing to morning show in a local broadcasting station. Among leaders who attended the burial is Kapseret Constituency lawmaker Oscar Sudi, Soy Constituency Mp Caleb Kositany, Nyeri County Women Representative Mukami, Kimilili Constituency lawmaker Didmus Barassa and Nandi County Senator Samson Cherargei.
In Mombasa County, Mombasa County Assembl aspirant Hamisi Mwaguya was laid to rest. Among those attending her burial ceremony was Former Mombasa Senator Hassan Omar who is also aspiring for the Gubernatorial seat for Mombasa County. Hamisi lost her in a tragic road accident.
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