The governor for Kakamega County George Natembeya has broken his silence after boycotting the Azimio Mega rally in Trans Nzoia County. The governor has affirmed that he is focused on matters development and not empty political rhetorics to make some leaders happy.
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The governor also launched a football team in Kakamega and took a penalty kick to clearly confirm that his agenda was about development. Governor Natembeya has previously remained clear that Ruto is in charge of the country and he can't be moved a inch.
Governor George Natembeya has previously vowed to work with president William Ruto for the interest of the country. The governor has remained firm that the opposition leader Raila Odinga lost the August 9th polls fairly and squarely.
Governor Natembeya has also affirmed that he has no time to answer political rejects who are trying to undermine his leadership just be had he has chosen to work with the president. Ruto has remained clear that his agenda is to work with all elected leaders and it's obvious that Natembeya is not an exception.
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