Register, vote here, Rutto tells workers from Western
Bomet Governor Isaac Rutto on Sunday urged tea factory workers from Nyanza and Western to register as voters in Kericho and Bomet.
He urged members of the Kisii, Luo and Luhya communities working for James Finlays and Unilever Tea Kenya not to vote in their rural homes. Rutto spoke during thanksgiving prayers at Kapkilabei Primary School, Konoin subcounty.
He praised members of the communities for building the economies of the two counties. Rutto said they have the right to elect leaders of their choice next year. “As governor, I’m here to fight for your stay in Bomet so that you will be part of this county now and in the future without fear of discrimination.”