Senator Stephen Sang installed as Nandi community elder
By Silah Koskei
| August 10th 2015
Elders have challenged Senator Stephen Sang, who was over the weekend installed as an elder, to spearhead the compensation process of residents affected by historical injustices.
The youthful legislator was installed by the Nandi Royal Trust elders led by Kipsutko Koech and Henry arap Chemoror in appreciation of his efforts in advocating for justice administration to the community.
"We know that our senator is a committed and able leader whom we have bestowed trust to take care of issues affecting the community. We have faith that he will execute it," said Koech.
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