5 politicians chased out of Gideon Moi's meeting

Dramatic incident

The MCAs from Bomet County, who are known to be critical of the Baringo Senator, had attended a fundraiser in Sotik where Moi was the chief guest.

Kericho ACK Bishop Ernest Ng’eno, openly told off the MCAs to respect the church and denied them opportunity to address the gathering.

Another Moi ally, Tiaty MP William Kamket, accused the five MCAs of acting as political brokers, adding that local leaders should concentrate on development and shun divisive politics.

When the Baringo Senator rose to address the gathering, he kept off the matter but mentioned that some people get upset at the mention of his name.

“My job is to serve the people of Baringo and Kenya at large. I want to uplift the lives of the less fortunate in society and I am not interested in political game,” Moi stated.

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