The women representative for Bomet county Hon Linet Toto has done it again sparking mixed reactions among Kenyans. She participated in 200M women race during inter-parliamentary games that are currently being held at Juba, South Sudan.
Hours after her prowess in the 200M women race, the Bomet women representative shared a post through her official Facebook account which triggered mixed reactions among Kenyans.
In her post, Linet Toto promised to always raise Kenyan flag high after securing position two in today’s 200M women race.
Linet Toto posted, “Secured position two in today's 200M women's race. I shall always raise Kenyan flag high.”
Fortune said, “Kalenjins are the faster human? Expect your number 2 in 2027.”
Woud said, “Mkale kukuwa number 2 in Africa iyo unatuangusha. punguza kukula. (A Kalenjin being number 2 in Africa is failing us. Reduce your eating habits.)
John Ongwae replied, “That's awesome! Congratulations! But ya kwanza imenitupisha mbao.”
The following attached screenshots below demonstrate various reactions elicited by Kenyans following Linet Toyo’s Facebook post.
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