Ogolla and Ruto in Nyanza Today
Francis Ogolla and several military heads today received the head of state in kisumu where they inspected a military vessel that is under construction and which is speculated to cost millions of shillings to complete it and launch it at the kisumu port.
This was the first interaction that the head of state William ruto was having with the Military since commissioning them a few months ago to go and oversee a peace mission in the Democratic Republic of Congo where close to 2,000 Kenyan military men we deployed.
In today's meeting Francis Ogolla was the man tasked with receiving the head of state who made an abrupt tour at the port of kisumu to inspect the ongoing assembling of the vessel which is expected to serve at the port of Lake Victoria.
Ruto together with his delegation with the head of state promising that the Kenyan government will ensure that the vessel is up and running and proposed to construct more vessels and sell them to other neighbouring countries.
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