Uasin Gishu Politician Kiprop Bundotich famously know as Buzeki has said Kenyan students deserve the best infrastructure.
He was speaking in Cherangany when he joined other leaders in a handing-over ceremony of Seven School Buses at the Kachibora Grounds in Trans Nzoia County.
Buzeki accompanied Interior CS Fred Matiangi, Eugene Wamalwa, Governor Tolgos, MPs Silas Tiren, Caleb Amisi, Richard Onyonka and Joshua Kutuny.
“I applaud Hon Kutuny for his steadfast efforts in strengthening education in Cherangany Constituency. We should join hands in providing the best infrastructure for our students in schools,” he said.
A day earlier, Buzeki was in Matungu constituency where he drummed up support for the ANC candidate in the by-election that will be held on Thursday.
“Clean politics based on ideologies will transform our Country. We always must focus on genuine needs and aspirations of our people. We should never use our voters to test our political might, instead we should use our abilities and experiences to address their socio-economic needs.,” Buzeki told the voters in Matungu.
The politician hopes to take over from Governor Jackson Mandago in 2022.
Buzeki has a large following and is the peoples favorite in Uasin Gishu.