Hundreds turn up to welcome Isaac Ruto on his return from South Africa

Hundreds of people turned up to welcome Governor Isaac Rutto on his return from South Africa.


Hundreds of people turned up today in Narok and Bomet counties to welcome Governor Isaac Rutto on his return from South Africa where he had gone to undertake a surgery.

The residents, started lining up along the Narok-Bomet highway as early 8am and chanted songs and danced in praise of the governor for his efforts to protect devolution in the country.

Rutto, who returned from SA on Friday where he left for an eye surgery, made stop-overs at Ntulele, Narok town, Ololulung’a, Mulot, and Longisa.

The vocal governor later on addressed a gathering in Bomet town in the company of MPs Johana Ngeno (Emurua Dikirr), Zakayo Cheruiyot (Kuresoi South) and his wife Esther Rutto.

MCAs Stephen Changmorik, Andrew Maritim (Nyangores) and Sammy Kipsiele Kirui (Sigor), Beatrice Chebomui (nominated) were also present.

The governor said that he has forgiven the Administration Police officer who allegedly lobbed a teargas canister and injured him at Silibwet stadium on November 6.

"I have forgiven the police for what happened. It was not his wish...he was acting on instructions from some power quarters in the Jubilee administration," Rutto said as quoted by the star.

The bomet governor Isaac will hold a prayer rally tomorrow on Sunday at Bomet county stadium.


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