A UDA aspirant has died in Kericho county. He was aspiring for MCA seat in Waldai ward.His name is Robinson Kipyegon alias Mwalimu.The UDA aspirant have a sudden death after complaining of severe headache.
It is sad for the people of Waldai ward,his family and friends for they have lost a legend and a leader.
Robinson Kipyegon alias Mwalimu had good plans for the people of Waldai ward.His manifesto was as follows; introduce mwanabiashara fund for small businesses especially mama mboga,bodaboda riders,shoe polisher and mtu wa saloon, vocational training in Waldai ward ,give priority to education repair roads, health,clean water and job opportunities, nurturing sports and talents for the youth, including creativity and art through cultural shows, provide market for agricultural produce and empower both gender.
The people of Waldai ward and Kericho county at large have sent their condolence messages to the family and friends of Robinson Kipyegon alias Mwalimu.
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