After the Kondele drama that was witnessed during Deputy President William Ruto's tour of Kisumu on Wednesday, Ruto has received a warm welcome in Homabay as he addressed the residents who were keen to listen to his bottom-up economic approach.
The Homabay residents also displayed a great show of love to the second in command after he had addressed a crowd on his first stopover at around Cold Spring Hotel. The crowd matched besides the DP's highly protected convoy as they peacefully escorted Ruto, with some dancing to the music from Ruto's system address all the way to Sofia area where the overwhelmed residents blocked him again to address them.
At Sofia, Ruto listed a number of development records within the area that he has achieved through the Jubilee government, but he was reminded by a bold residents that the Homabay Referral Hospital is in a poor condition that needs to be addressed.
"Huyu mgwana hapa ananiambia ati iko matatizo ya hospitali. Tunaongea na gavana wenu na hivi karibuni tutasuluhisha hiyo matatizo (This person is telling me that there is a problem in the hospital. We are talking with your governor to solve the problem)," Ruto informed as chants of Ruto! Ruto filled the air.
The DP also dished out two million shillings to help boost the small scale traders within the town and promised to come back again.
In his closing remarks in Dholuo language, a happy Ruto told the people of Homabay that God will bless them as he bid goodbye.
"May God bless you and protect you. This is so good," Ruto said in Dholuo language.
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