News Hub Creator 01/10/2022
View pictures in App save up to 80% data. Supporters of the deputy president who hoped to spent a night at Bomet town ahead if his rally have been forced to seek accommodation in the nearby Kericho county after all lodges and hotels in the town were filled by 6pm Sunday evening.
Most of those who couldn't manage to find their way to the nearby county were firces to spend a night at the venue of the rally, green stadium. Speaking to TAAcH FM reporter Weldon Kirui a victim of the situation said they with his friends traveled from Narok South hoping to spend a night at the town but their trial to find a room bore no fruit. View pictures in App save up to 80% data.
"I can't go back home, we came with my friends to listen to the DP tomorrow and we have visited all the lodges and hotels in this town but we were turned away as it was all booked. Having seen many people converge here, we decides to spend a night here too. We hope nothing goes wrong," Koech said.
The deputy president is expected in the county to overseer a prayer rally. Political fireworks are expected as leaders are already divided on who will carry the day. View pictures in App save up to 80% data.