Former Uasin Gishu gubernatorial aspirant Zedekiah Bundotich Kiprop popularly known as Buzeki has recounted the events that happened during the 2017 electioneering period.
Buzeki who took to Twitter on Friday revealed that his campaign team was attacked but unfortunately no leader criticized the violence meted upon his people.
According to him, it is now a high time leaders join hands in condemning the violence that have been witnessed even sometimes back.
''Violence was UNLEASHED on TEAM BZK in the 2017 ELECTIONS. We ACQUIRED permanent SCARs. ZERO leaders CONDEMNED the VIOLENCE. ALL known WARMONGERS , Harping VIRTUEs of PEACE should SHUT UP and apologies FOR PAST ACTs of VIOLENCE they have PERPETRATED. 2022 is CHANGE,'' tweeted Buzeki.
The billionaire businessman unsuccessfully vied for the top county seat in 2017 in a hotly contested seat with the then incumbent Jackson Mandago.
Buzeki who ditched Jubilee party after citing frustration from DP Ruto's allies has on several occasion accused the ruling party of not keeping their promises.
"We were CONNED that after RE-ELECTING JUBILEE they would Work Day and Night to DELIVER on their 2013/ 2017PLEDGes . HOT AIR !! , INSTEAD they have SPLIT to Kieleweke and Tangatanga which was not PART of the DEAL. Ditch JUBILEE! Nothing To LOOSE ! Salvage BIG 4 & Save FACE,'' tweeted Buzeki's in May this year..
He is speculated to vie for governorship on a Chama Cha Mashinani (CCM) party ticket in 2022.