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Henry kosgey confident of a win in the Nandi governor's seat

By John Kipchirchir | April 11th 2017
Long-serving Member of Parliament Hon. Henry Kosgey has exuded confidence over a win in the upcoming General Election and party primaries slated for 21st April on a jubilee ticket.

Speaking to residents over the weekend, he said he has an unwavering love for Nandi County. He told residents that as soon as he is elected the governor he will make sure that the youth and the women are given the priority to run the county.

On his choice of a running mate, the aspirant assured the residents that he would pick a youthful leader who is vibrant and the most suitable person in public service.

He also warned other leaders against spreading malicious information about him and urged them to sell their policies and focus on making the livelihoods of the locals better.

He is expected to hold several rallies in the county in the remaining few days to the jubilee party primaries which experts have termed as highly competitive. He is running against the incumbent Dr. Cleophas Lagat, former minister of Agriculture Felix Kosgey who was removed from office over graft allegations among other aspirants.
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