President Uhuru Kenyatta and Deputy President William Ruto are among the top leaders expected to attend this year’s Kimalel Goat Auction in Baringo county.
The county planning committee for the popular cultural festival and goat auction chaired Deputy Governor Jacob Chepkwony visited the site on Tuesday.
He was accompanied by county secretary Stella Kereto, Agriculture and Livestock executive Richard Rotich and Joel Koima (Water).
“Plans are 70 per cent complete,” Chepkwony said.
The will take place between 15 and 16 December.
Chepkwony said apart from buying goats, visitors also attend to “explore the fascinating scenes and cultures among communities in Baringo and its neighbourhoods”.
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