Vote Me Back So That I Support a Ruto Presidency – Gladys Boss Shollei

Uasin Gishu Woman Representative Gladys Boss Shollei has affirmed that she will be seeking re-election in the upcoming poll.

The Woman Rep admits that there have been calls for her to vie for a bigger seat – Senate, but says she is happy to remain in the National Assembly.

According to Gladys Boss Shollei, she will be of value to Deputy President William Ruto’s government being in National Assembly.

“Vote me back to parliament so that I support a Ruto presidency,” the legislator asked locals.

She spoke during the burial of Wilson Kimaru, father to Jonathan Bii, a gubernatorial aspirant in Uasin Gishu.

When Ruto wins in August, we will need to change the budget to fit the bottom-up agenda, because the budget he will be using will be the one passed by the current parliament,” noted Shollei.

She also points out that, over the about 5 years she has served as Woman Rep, she has proven a capable leader in legislative matters, the experience Gladys Boss Shollei says will be needed in coming up with laws to support the Hustler Nation government.

“We will need about 88 legislations for supporting the hustler agenda. This is the work I know I can do best because I’m the best performing legislator,” said the former Registrar of Judiciary.

She is serving her first term in parliament after winning an elective seat for the first time in 2017.

The Uasin Gishu Woman Rep seat has attracted a number of aspirants but the contest for the UDA ticket has been billed to be between Gladys Boss Shollei and Rael Jebichii.

Jebichii finished second behind Shollei during the 2017 Jubilee party primaries.

Businesswoman Kate Kirui is another aspirant for the seat with the potential to give Shollei a run for her money.

Uasin Gishu Woman Rep aspirant Rael Jebichii.

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