In images seen by kenyagist.com, Sankok gifted his father a grey, pristine Toyota Probox at his Olaya farm in Narok County.
The MP stated that the gift was a sign of appreciation for the sacrifices he and his mother made for him as a child owing to his condition.
“When I became physically challenged, it became very difficult for me, considering the terrain in Maasai land, to walk. My father carried me on his back, assisted with my mum,” he revealed.
Sankok recalled one incident where his parents carried him for nearly 40 kilometres from Mai Mahiu to Kijabe Hospital. At the hospital, the MP underwent a life-changing surgery that enabled him to at least walk on cratches.
“One time he carried me from Mai Mahiu, up the hill to Kijabe, where I underwent corrective surgery.
“I do not have the physical legs, I decided to bless them with what is synonymous to a back,” he stated as he presented the car Keys.
His father welcomed the gift, stating that he was elated by the fact that his son remembered his parents. The outspoken MP is known for openly appreciating members of his family.
In September 2019, Ole Sankok presented his wife, Hellen Seyianoi Sankok, a mint Subaru Outback. He further penned a hearty message to his wife, expressing gratitude to her for sticking by him through thick and thin.
â€œI can rewrite the story again today as I present you with this special gift of a car. I can remember that day we enjoyed our time at Uhuru Park. I had no money, except the Ksh5 in my pocket, which was only enough to buy two ice creams.â€
“The special ice cream of our youth and this gift of a car are the same,” he expressed.