Eldoret Branch Agricultural Society of Kenya (ASK) now has a new chairperson.

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This is after the term of the outgoing chairman Ratcliff Nangalama came to an end after serving for four years.

Speaking during the handing over ceremony at the Eldoret ASK offices on Wednesday, the incoming chairperson Susan Seron said she will work to improve Eldoret ASK Branch.

Seron has been the chief assistant steward in the Eldoret Branch Agricultural Society of Kenya (ASK).

“First of all I want to thank Ratcliff Nangalama for the good work he has done in the four years he has been in office and I promise to continue with his good work in making Eldoret show the best,” said Seron.

“I will work with all stakeholders in making the Eldoret show better. I promise to transform this branch in my term in office,” Seron added.

The outgoing chairman Ratcliff Nangalama thanked all the ASK fraternity for their support and working with him during his term in office and wished the incoming chairperson well in her endeavors.

He said he is available for any assistance and promised to offer any support if needed noting he will be happy to see the ASK Eldoret branch flourishing after he has left.