The youngest woman representative from the recently concluded Election, Linet Chepkorir aka Toto, emerged in a stunning black dress yesterday when President-elect, William Ruto, welcomed Kenya Kwanza’s elected leaders to his Karen home.
All elected officials from the United Democratic Alliance Party and the independent candidates who joined the coalition gathered for the first time since he won the presidential election.
The youngest woman representative, Linet Chepkorir aka Toto, was praised for defeating her competitors in Bomet county during the meeting.
In a picture posted by Ruto, joyful Toto is seen waving to the audience as they cheer her.
“Mama mboga, boda boda, beba beba and the entire people of Kenya are expecting us to grow this economy. It is time to live up to our promises,” He wrote while urging politically active public officials to focus on their duties.
Later, further images emerged of her wearing a black outfit. The pictures showed the young politician interacting with UDA colleagues in a good attitude and dressed to impress.
Toto wore her sleek black dress, adorned with a matching golden lapel pin and neck chain. Additionally, she donned a wristband bearing her name engraved in the colors of the Kenyan flag.
Toto complimented her ensemble with a ponytail and cream-colored sneakers.
In a related article, Toto thanked the voters for choosing her as the women representative for Bomet after she was officially declared the winner.
Chepkorir, the third child in a family of seven, stated in a previous interview with the media that she has always been a leader and has held a variety of responsibilities.
“I decided to join politics and run for this seat because it has always been my dream to serve people,” she said.
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She said her main agenda once elected is to pursue the youth and women.
“As a lady and having stayed with my mother at home for long, I know the challenges that women go through and my focus will be to support them with available resources allocated to the office,” she said.