Narok governor Samuel Ole Tunai has reiterated that he would beat his competitors in the 2017 general elections.
Speaking at Suswa while issuing cheques to various schools, Tunai pointed out that Patrick Ole Ntutu feared facing him in the Jubilee nominations adding that he would beat him squarely.
Tunai called on electorates to support his reelection noting that Jubilee Party is focused on improving the livelihoods of Kenyans.
Narok East MP Ken Kiloku called on the ministry of devolution to aid the Maasai community pointing out that drought has seen animals die to lack of water. He stated that he is open for any competition by aspiring leaders who are vying for the Narok East seat.
Torome Kapaya who is aspiring for the Narok East seat called on residents to unite and go to the ballot in peace. He called for cohesion among Narok East residents stating that all ethnic communities had a right to live with one another as per the constitution.