BY KORIR JUMA,NAIROBI,9TH JAN,2017-Former nominated Member of parliament Mark Too was laid to rest Monday in his Maziwa home Kapseret ,Eldoret in a ceremony attended by among other to political leaders President Uhuru Kenyatta,his deputy William Ruto and a host of politicians from the great rift valley region.
During the burial, President Kenyatta seized the opportunity to call on residents of the vote-rich Rift Valley to back Jubilee Party in the August 8, 2017 elections.
President Kenyatta, who will be seeking to defend his seat, said that the Jubilee administration has done a lot for Rift Valley and the country at large and hence need for a re-election.
“We want to win together and create a prosperous peaceful Kenya,” said the President.
His deputy, William Ruto, called on the mourners present to emulate the character of the Late Too, who he described as a great counsellor and a peacemaker.
“Mark had friends in Kings and Mighty but remained a simple man,” noted Mr Ruto.
Ruto did not fail to mention the reminiscent character of the Late Too as a great diplomat.
“He solved political troubles here in Kenya, East Africa and Africa as a whole.”
The two leaders expressed optimism that the Jubilee will win the election and unite the country.