Linet Chepkorir, the most youthful competitor who was peering toward the UDA ticket in the race for Bomet women representative seat and arose successful is no more.
Chepkorir challenged all chances and set up an energetic battle all through her lobbies for the UDA ticket, which pulled in 10 different wannabes.
The collection of Linet was today tracked down unloaded in River Yala.
She won with 53,934 votes, trailed by Eunice Benson 27,711, Stacey Chepkemoi 26,808, Beatrice Tonui 20,495, Cecilia Mutai 16,644, Susan Koech 12,410 and Brenda Chepngetich 11,901.
Her different rivals included Joan Towett and Faith Chepkirui.
Chepkorir, commonly alluded to as 'Toto', shot to notoriety during a wannabes' gathering at Deputy President William Ruto's Karen home in mid 2021.
She was clad in a yellow sweatshirt and a cap and her photograph became famous online via virtual entertainment.
She later got a significant lift during Ruto's meeting at Bomet Green arena whenever she was perceived and offered the chance to address the group.
From that point forward, Chepkorir kept on getting a charge out of overpowering help from across the province and particularly from the young.
The 24-year-old Chuka University graduate has needed to wrestle with monetary difficulties all through the mission period.
She depended on companions and well-wishers to help her political desires.
More to follow as police have not remarked with regards to this issue yet.