Baringo county government has been criticized by netizens for failing to complete the construction of Kabarnet stadium which was not accomplished by the previous regime . This is after a 35 year old football fan slipped and fell 35M downwards .
Mr Peter Ekai is said to have been cheering his favorite team , which was playing in the stadium against another when the unfortunate happened . As seen in the pictures , the cliff is a death trap .
It's high and very rocky and very risky to the fans cheering their teams . Ekai suffered serious head , hand ,neck injuries and crushed his tongue . He also broke his two upper teeth , he is admitted and undergoing medical assessment .
Baringo governor Stanley Kiptis is said to be reluctant to complete , previous regime's projects terming it full of corruption . The residents most of whom use the stadium however have vowed to seek legal redress to force the governor address the issue .
Current governor's have been on spot for neglecting , their predecessors projects . Among those are on spot is Bomet governor which the national class Stadium was left unattended to date .
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