Stephen Sang had made history in 2013 as the youngest elected senator in Kenya at age 28. He is a firm believer and a champion of transitional justice, a leader who is passionate about addressing historical injustices.
Sang has used his position to actively campaign against drug trafficking in opposition to how silent most politicians are about the menace. His legislative record speaks for itself having sponsored a record six bills during a single parliamentary term.
At 32, he was elected as Kenya’s youngest governor on 8th August, 2017