Date set for Barchok swearing-in as Bomet Governor

By Brian Okoth On Fri, 2 Aug, 2019 15:48 | < 1 min read
Barchok was at pains explaining to the Senate watchdog why operational costs in governor’s office increased by Ksh100M in one year. [PHOTO | FILE]
Barchok was at pains explaining to the Senate watchdog why operational costs in governor’s office increased by Ksh100M in one year. [PHOTO | FILE]
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    Barchok Kipngeno Hillary will be sworn in as Bomet Governor on Thursday, August 8.

    The event will be held at the Bomet Green Stadium beginning 10am.

    The announcement was made in a gazette notice dated July 31.

Barchok Kipngeno Hillary, the current deputy governor of Bomet County, will be sworn in as theGovernor on Thursday, August 8.

The event will be held at the Bomet Green Stadium beginning 10am.

The announcement was made Friday in a gazette notice dated July 31.

The notice’s undersigned is Evalyne Rono, who is the Chairperson of the Assumption of the Office of the Governor Committee in Bomet County.

Kapchok, who will be the third governor of Bomet County, succeeds Joyce Laboso, who succumbed to ovarian cancer in Nairobi Hospital on Monday, July 29.

The Late Laboso will be buried at her matrimonial home in Fort Ternan, Koru Constituency in Kisumu County.

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