Veska Kangogo Shares Christmas Presents With Naiberi Women Traders

Christmas came early for women traders at Naiberi Trading Centre in Ainabkoi Sub County after getting a surprise visit from Uasin Gishu gubernatorial aspirant Veska Kangogo.

The current Nairobi Devolution County Executive Committee Member (CECM) made a stop at the trading center and gave out packets of flour to the women as their Christmas gift.

Veska Kangogo has been moving around the county, engaging with different kinds of members of the community, as she popularizes her bid to be the next governor of Uasin Gishu.

Women pose for their packets of flour with Veska Kangogo

Through her Veska Kangogo Foundation, she has also been working on a number of initiatives aimed at empowering the community.

Some of the programs have targeted youths, People Living with disabilities, Women, the old as well as men.

Ahead of the festive season that has started in earnest, Veska Kangogo has been pictured moving around various villages sharing gifts to women, and the general members of the community.

Team Veska Kangogo Foundation giving out a wheelchair at Kapkatet village in Ziwa, Soy sub-county.

She recently invited youths and her neighbors for lunch at her home in Tapsagoi ward, Turbo Sub County.

Veska Kangogo is among the few women aspiring to be the second governor of Uasin Gishu – after Jackson Mandago winds up his second and last term.

Others are former Salaries and Remuneration Commission (SRC) chairperson Sarah Serem and former Eldoret South Member of Parliament Peris Simam.

Veska Kangogo with a group of women at her house after giving them wrapped gifts in a carrier bag.

The Nairobi CECM unsuccessfully vied for the seat in 2013 under the United Republican Party (URP) ticket.

She is hoping to be lucky this time round as she seeks the United Democratic Alliance (UDA) ticket.

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