Isaac Rutto, the first Governor of Bomet was today at Chelelach village in Siongiroi ward. The former county boss had attended the funeral of the late Isaiah when he addressed mourners. His arrival brought the event to a stand still an indication that Hon. Isaac Rutto could easily grab his former seat in the county. He was embraced by the family members of the deceased and some of the local leaders.
According to mourners present in the funeral ceremony, Isaac is the right man to lead the county come 2022. The residents complained of poor roads in the area and claimed that there was poor relations between Bomet members of county assembly and the current sitting governor Dr. Hilary Barchok. They claimed that this strained relationship is what has lead to development in the area to lag behind especially the county roads. They even cited an example of the recent accident that occurred in Siongiroi town where an elderly woman almost lost her life after falling into a mismanaged manhole.
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