As 2022 succession politics intensify, Uasin Gishu Woman Representative Gladys Boss Shollei has slammed the different political factions attacking each other.
Shollei maintains that this should be time all elected leaders should be concentrating on service delivery and not politicking.
She explained Kenyans are now undergoing hardships due to prolonged drought and even unavailability of subsidised fertilisers and politicking is not helping solve these challenges.
"No one is discussing that people actually are in dire need of water. No one is even telling them these are the steps we should take to ensure that next year we are not in the same crisis," said Shollei on Monday.
Shollei noted that for her, it is too early to engage in politics unlike some of her colleagues who have split into 'Kieleweke' and 'Tanga Tanga'.
"All we hear in the headlines is about that team, this team and who versus who. I do not subscribe to any of them but I know that 2022 will come and it is something we must face, but this, not the time, we have issues that deal with real mwanachi, " she stated.
This comes barely a day after Shollei was booed by hundreds of residents in Uasin Gishu over her remarks that she will not join either faction while speaking at the Eldoret Marathon that was held on Sunday.