Orange Democtratic Movement, ODM leader Raila Odinga joined by Interior CS Fred Matiang’i and his Devolution counterpart Charles Keter arrived at Kwa Kathoka ATC and was received by the Council of Governors led by the host Governor Kivutha Kibwana to open the seventh Devolution Conference at Makueni to represent Uhuru Kenyatta who jetted out of the country.
The ODM party chief led in the unveiling of a devolution monument as well as the planting of a commemorative tree with each of the governors planted a tree as Matiang’i planting Uhuru’s tree in a colourful ceremony that was presided over by environmentalist Isaac Kalua.
The ceremony was culminated by the unveiling of the devolution monument with a plaque enlisting all the 47 govenors. Other dignitaries attending the event include Senate Speaker Ken Lusaka, Senators and members of parliament.
Deputy President William Ruto will be in Makueni to officially close the show on Friday.
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