Days to the next general elections is just around the corner and aspirants eyeing top seats are already beating their drums with an intention of familiarizing their candidacy with locals. In that regard, the Orange Democratic Movement nominated Member of Parliament, honorable Wilson Sossion, brought business to a standstill when interacting with the locals of Merigi Market, Bomet County. While addressing his audience, MP Wilson Sossion was quick to point out that he rallies behind DP Ruto's presidential bid as he sees that the Bottom-up which is being spearheaded by the second in command is fit for Bomet County residents. In addition to that, Wilson Sossion who has already declared his interest to contest in the Bomet's Senatorial race faulted the government for implementing the CBC curriculum without adequate research in that department. Honorable Wilson Sossion is expected to lock horns with Senator Christopher Langat and Hillary Sigei in next year's general elections if things remain as they are in the political landscape. What is your thought on Wilson Sossion's latest sentiments in Bomet about CBC and Bottom-up?
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