Gospel singer Emmy Kosgei campaigns for dad online
Emmy Kosgei has celebrated her father’s interest in the Baringo Senatorial seat and asked Kenyans to support him.
The award-winning gospel musician even went ahead to campaign for his dad online, suggesting he had the vision to improve the livelihoods of Baringo residents.
“So excited and happy for my dearest father!#jacksonkosgeibspemeritus and to say thank you all for prayers and great support to him.”
Adding that his father had proven that disability is not inability, the Taunet Nelel hitmaker adds she has grown in so much honor and admiration for her father.
“My daddy has broken glass ceilings in so many ways, being abled differently he has proved indeed that it is possible!!! #disabilityisnotinability.”
In the lengthy post, the singer who is married to Nigerian Apostle Anslem Madubuko urged Baringo residents to turn up and vote for her father who also is a man of cloth.
“Tell someone to tell some to vote for Bishop Jackson Kosgei as the second senator of Baringo County and for the first time representing minority communities.”
Under the UDA ticket, Jackson Kosgei is contesting against Tenges ward representative Silas Tochim, Baringo North MP William Cheptumo, National Health Insurance Fund senior official Isaiah Kirukmet and Felix Chelaite.
The seat has been held by Gideon Moi, former president Daniel arap Moi’s son, for the past decade.