Dr. Erick Kipkoech Mutai and Charles Keter are the front runners for the much anticipated April 14, 2022 UDA nominations for Kericho County UDA ticket.
Other potential aspirants in Kericho County Governor race are Engineer Fred Kirui, Lily Ng'ok, Professor Moses Sang among many other candidates.
Today at Litein center, Kericho County, Dr. Mutai was ushered into the town by Mammoth crowds who were chanting his name.
Upon ushering him to speak to them, the residents quickly decided to do a fundraiser for the Governor aspirant to help him in campaigning in others areas.
Dr. Mutai took to his Twitter account to thank the selfless residents for doing a fundraiser for him to boost him in his campaigns. However, the amount collected for him was not revealed.
"The great People of Litein turned up in large numbers to welcome and engage us this evening.
I was truly humbled and blessed by the hustlers who spontaneously fundraised to finance my campaign. https://t.co/HeiypsKhnU," Dr. Mutai said.
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