H.E Governor Jackson Mandago-a fastrising political “falcon” in Rift Valley right now-on Sunday championed the Sosiot Declaration, a agreement for unity.
Mandago led tens of Jubilee Party leaders from across Rift Valley, who met at Kericho’s Sosiot Grounds, and agreed that unity is paramount. About 10,000 people attended the event.
The declaration spelt out,among other agendas, uniting to support the re-election of H.E President Uhuru Kenyatta and thereafter front charges for state tenancy for Kenya’s current H.E Deputy President William Ruto in 2022.
Also in the declaration was the unity of the Kalenjin people which will generally come true when parties break up to join one uniting front, The Jubilee Party.
Mandago called on his Bomet counterpart H.E Isaac Ruto to “come back home” while at the same time asking those who were defeated in April nominations to support those who made it.
“Independents should consider supporting the people’s choices. This is the only way we will show that indeed we are mindful of the political success of our people.
Mandago’s counterpart and neighbor, H.E Alex Tolgos, who is the Governor for Elgeyo Marakwet, also appealed for politicians to join heads to succeed the needs of the people.
Host Governor H.E Paul Chepwony and senator Aron Cheruiyot, Kapseret MP Hon Oscar Sudi, his Nandi Hills counterpart Alfred Keter and Uasin Gishu County nominees Prof Margaret Kamar (senate) and Gladys Shollei (Women Rep) are among many leaders who attended the function.