‘Toto’ disappoints men by announcing she’s taken
Ms Linet Chepkorir alias Toto, a budding politician from Bomet County, says she’s taken.
Toto, 24, recently captured media headlines after clinching the United Democratic Alliance (UDA) ticket to vie as Women Representative of Bomet.
In an amateur video making rounds on social media, the aspiring politician revealed she was married to someone who she only identified as Mr Kigen.
Totoo who surprised many by beating experienced politicians to clinch the seat spoke at a political rally.
She revealed she was very happy in her relationship and nothing would make her change mind.
“May God bless you all, I want to tell you that I’m married to Kigen from here in Bomet county,” she told the crowd which broke into laughter and ululation.
Her sentiments come just days after a number of men declared their interest in marrying her.
Top of the list is DJ Noel Cheruiyot alias DJ Josh who said that he was in love with the politician.
He went ahead and even shared a video of him watching as Ms Chepkorir was being declared winner and admitted that she was the woman he would like to spend the rest of his life with.
The 24-year-old who was the youngest candidate eyeing the UDA ticket in the race for Bomet woman representative seat defied all odds to emerge winner.
Despite being blocked from meeting with Deputy President William Ruto and lacking resources to run her campaigns, she defied all odds and beat nine other aspirants.
Ms Chepkorir won with 53.934 votes followed by Ms Eunice Benson who garnered 27,711 votes.