2 Women Who Trekked From Sugoi To Deliver Mkokoteni At Ruto's Inauguration Still Stranded In Nairobi
Two women hailing from president William Ruto's rural home are stranded in the streets of Nairobi. Evelyn Chepkemei and her friend walkef from Sugoi to Nairobi to deliver a gift for Ruto following his victory in this year's elections. However, they have not handed over the mkokoteni gift to Ruto because they have not yet received an appointment to meet him.
Women from Sugoi Walking to Nairobi From Eldoret to Attend Ruto's Swearing-in Ceremony
Two women from Uasin Gishu County have begun a journey heading to Nairobi City to attend William Ruto's swearing-in ceremony which is scheduled for Tuesday, September 13th. The two women, Evelyn Chepkemei who hails from William Ruto's home village of Sugoi together with her friend Eunice Tabut are said to be trekking to Nairobi to attend the inauguration of President-elect William Ruto as a way of demonstrating their support for Ruto's ‘Bottom-Up’ economic policy.
Two Sugoi Residents Vow To Travel 346 Kilometers To Attend William Ruto's Swearing-in Ceremony
William Ruto awaits to be sworn as the fifth president of Kenya on Tuesday 13th September. Two residents from his backyard have vowed that they will not miss out in the colourful event. Evelyn Chepkemei and her close ally Eunice Tabut have opted to trek a distance of 346 kilometers from Sugoi to Nairobi to attend the ceremony.
Evelyn Chepkemei from Sugoi, her friend Eunice trekking to Nairobi to attend Ruto's inauguration
Evelyn Chepkemei, a resident of Sugoi and her friend Eunice Tabut at Elementaita, trekking to Nairobi to attend the inauguration of President-elect William Ruto. The two said this is going to be as a way of demonstrating their support for the ‘Bottom-Up’ economic policy. They say they want to ensure the newly elected president fulfils his promises to mama mboga.
2 Women From Sugoi Found Stranded In Nairobi County After Attending President Ruto's Inauguration
About fifteen days after the inauguration of the fifth president of Kenya, William Samoei Ruto, two women have been reported by the Standard Nation Magazine to have remained in Nairobi County after Ruto's presidential win against long-term opposition leader, Raila Odinga. Despite other means of transport, Sugoi residents, Evelyn Chepkemei and her friend Unnis Tabut decided to depart their homes and families and drive to Nairobi in a carriage to attend the inauguration of President-elect William Ruto.