The Uasin Gishu County women representative post has attracted a number of contestants including university dons. Led by Moi University lecturer, Dr. Emily Kogos, who says her agenda is politics of inclusion of the marginalized.
“Women representative seat is for strong defenders of the marginalized. Issues of resources can be addressed along the way but should not be a reason for one to stop serving the youth and women,” said Dr. Kogos.
Others in the race include Eunice Talai a resident of Kesses. She says her main agenda is to serve the less privileged and integrate them into the mainstream society. Two weeks ago, Ms. Talai sponsored a street families feeding program in Eldoret Town.